Fiji's chief registrar Ana Rokomokoti has posted a notice outside government buildings informing the public that they can make a complaint against any lawyer or law firm to her office.
The notice which is part of the Legal Practioners Decree, states that complaints against lawyers can be made orally or in writing.
The complaints can include charging excessive fees and charging a client for incomplete work or work not carried out.
Rokomokoti highlights in the notice that people can also complain against "professional misconduct" of lawyers. She defines "professional misconduct" as the conduct of a legal practitioner or law firm failing to comply with any orders or directions of the chief registrar.
Editors Note: See top of right of blog to read the full notice