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We provide free legal advice for women in Western Australia.

Our Team

All members of our team are qualified, professional and have specialised experienced in the areas of law that affect women the most.

Selena

Principal Legal Officer – Women’s Legal Service WA

Selena was first admitted to practice in Victoria in 1999 where she worked in private practice (family and criminal law), before joining the Victorian Bar in 2005. Selena went on to join Victoria Legal Aid’s Public Defenders Unit where she appeared regularly in the Magistrates, County and Supreme Courts.

In 2018 Selena relocated to Western Australia after living and working in Indonesia for 12 months, she held the position of Managing Lawyer with the Pilbara Community Legal Service prior to commencing with WLSWA as the Principal Legal Officer.

Selena is committed to social justice and women’s equality and advancement.

Tracey

Solicitor – Women’s Legal Service WA

Tracey was admitted in 2009 having first studied film and television before completing her law degree as a graduate. Tracey has always had a passion for social justice and has spent most of her legal career working in the community legal sector including Aboriginal Family Law Service, Gosnells CLC, SCALES and since 2016 Women’s Legal Service WA. For a time Tracey was the outreach solicitor for the NPY Lands (near the WA and NT borders) and regularly travelled to the central Gibson Desert region to provide legal advice and assistance to Aboriginal women in the communities.

Tracey enjoys working with a group of inspiring and positive women at WLSWA.

Tameka 

Senior Solicitor – Djinda Service

Tameka completed a combined Bachelor of Laws/Commerce at the University of Western Australia before being admitted in 2014. Tameka has always been passionate about working in the community legal sector and has previously worked with Peel CLS, Albany CLC and the Southern Aboriginal Corporation Family Violence Prevention Legal Service (Albany) before commencing with Women’s Legal Service WA as a Djinda Service solicitor in 2016.

Tameka likes her role with Djinda and feels fortunate to work with some wonderful colleagues and clients.

Jessica

Solicitor – Djinda Service

Jessica initially commenced at WLSWA as a volunteer back in 2010 (when it was the Women’s Law Centre of WA). Jessica was admitted in 2014 and has experience working in a variety of roles within the community legal sector, including Youth Legal Service, the specialist family violence unit at Northern Suburbs CLC and currently at Women’s Legal Service WA in Djinda Service.

Jessica is passionate about working with those experiencing vulnerability, especially victims of crime, and helping to empower them.

Molly

Customer Services Officer – Djinda Service/Women’s Legal Service WA

Molly initially started as a volunteer in November 2016. Molly was just over halfway through her law degree and felt that she wanted to gain some practical experience. Molly approached WLSWA because she is very passionate about women’s issues, especially domestic violence. In July 2018, Molly was offered employment at WLSWA as a Client Service Officer.

Sophie

Customer Services Assistant – Women’s Legal Service WA

The latest news & insights

COVID 19 Notice

20 March 2020 News

Due to the current situation with COVID-19 and as a protective measure for the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and clients, the Women’s Legal Service WA physical office will be closed until further notice. Although our doors are closed, we will continue to provide high quality legal assistance to our clients and are still taking appointments. Note, all …

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Office Christmas Closure

20 December 2019 News

Women’s Legal Service WA is closed for the Christmas Period from 5pm Friday 20 December 2019 and will reopen on Monday 6 January 2020. In the event you need urgent legal advice during our Christmas closure, please telephone the Legal Aid of WA Infoline on 1300 650 579. Should you require assistance from other services, the following numbers may be …

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