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We provide free legal advice for women in Western Australia.

Join our Board

We have a strong team of dedicated Board members who reflect the diversity, gender equality and social inclusion highly valued within WLSWA. Board members are pivotal to upholding our core values of justice, equality, integrity, leadership and respect and to developing strategic priorities that promote our vision, mission and values. This includes the provision of high quality services for Western Australia’s most vulnerable women and addressing inequalities in the legal system that adversely affect vulnerable women.

Any current Board vacancies will be listed on this page. If you are interested in applying for any advertised vacancies on this page or have any questions about our Board, please email our Board Chair at chairperson@wlswa.org.au.

 

Women’s Legal Services WA Board Chairperson

We are seeking an experienced and committed person with an interest and passion in achieving justice, empowerment, and safety for some of Western Australia’s most vulnerable women.

Please click HERE for a full and comprehensive Position Description.

For a confidential discussion about this Board position, please contact:

Zoe Henham

Chairperson

Women’s Legal Service WA Inc

Ph: 0423 266 163

E: chairperson@wlswa.org.au

 

 

The latest news & insights

Client Services Officer

15 September 2022 News

We are seeking a Client Services Officer whose position is the first point of contact for clients and other service providers contacting the WLSWA. Women contacting WLSWA are often distressed and many of our clients are victims of family and domestic violence or mental health consumers. As such, the successful applicant will have high level communications skills and the ability …

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Posters available – debunking myths commonly used by perpetrators to prevent women leaving an abusive relationship!

5 September 2022 News

We are pleased to advise that Women’s Legal Service WA has co-designed and produced community education posters, and that hard copies are available for services, organisations, and places. The messages on the posters are aimed at debunking myths commonly used by perpetrators to prevent women leaving an abusive relationship. Victim’s fear of the adverse outcomes of fleeing or reporting abuse …

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