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We value working collaboratively

Who we work with

We are committed to working collaboratively with fellow legal and non-legal service providers and stakeholders.

Where possible we partner with like-minded organisations to deliver specialist programs such as Djinda Service and Safe as Houses, as well as advocate on behalf of more women in more locations.

We also work collaboratively with a variety of legal and non-legal networks across the community sector to share information and work towards a systemic increase in women’s access to justice.

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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