Women`s Legal Service Victoria Melbourne Vic

Volunteers have supported Women`s Legal Service Victoria (WLSV) since 1981. We are committed to supporting volunteerism in order to expand and improve our services and provide meaningful work to women in the legal and related fields. They initiate and participate in legal reforms to ensure that client experience is taken into account in the development of legal policy or legislative changes. We work with and for particularly disadvantaged women to resolve legal issues arising from relationship breakdown or violence. The Law and Advocacy Centre for Women Ltd is a community law centre in Victoria that specifically targets women entering the criminal justice system or at risk. LACW combines excellence in legal advice and women`s representation with a commitment to holistic and preventive case management and collaboration with therapeutic services. Women`s Legal Service Victoria (WLSV) is a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing free legal advice to women for over 30 years. They specialize in issues arising from relationship breakdown and violence against women. WLSV provides free and confidential legal information, advice, referrals and representation to women in Victoria. Unpaid internships for law students, law students, law students, social work studentsUnpaid internships for law students, law students, parajura students, social work students Women`s Legal Service is a non-profit organization that has been providing free legal services to women since 1982. WLSV provides legal education, training and professional development for a range of organisations and professions. Amanda Prince, Team Administrator – internenquiries@womenslegal.org.au Women`s Legal Service Victoria is a non-profit organization that has been providing free legal advice to women since 1982. We work with disadvantaged women to resolve legal issues arising from relationship breakdown or violence.

Women`s Legal Services Victoria welcomes the introduction of laws to protect victims of sexual assault and reform consent laws. At present, the Women`s Legal Service does not accept voluntary applications. We invite you to visit our website for future opportunities. WLSV is funded by the Aboriginal Justice and Legal Aid Division, the Public Prosecutor`s Office, Canberra and Victoria Legal Aid. Commitment to social justice, understanding of the gendered nature of family violence, high-quality experience They also coordinate a volunteer program with over 70 volunteers. Women`s Legal is currently seeking a Data Support Officer to support the implementation of data collection, process and quality assurance systems across the organization. community legal centres; domestic violence; Family Law and Child Protection WLSV is funded by the government, but relies heavily on donations and in-kind contributions. Your donation will help make a difference.