Come to Steel Park in Marrickville on Sunday 5 March to celebrate and help raise money to save our services!
WLS NSW supports the We Won’t Wait campaign, which is asking that a universal right to paid domestic violence leave be included in legislation. One of our lawyers talks about the need for domestic violence leave in this short video of frontline workers reflecting on why paid domestic violence leave is so important in ensuring women and children experiencing […]
There is a strong need for legislative protection in the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) to prevent victims/survivors of family violence from being directly cross-examined by their alleged abusers as well as having to directly cross-examine their alleged abusers in family law proceedings.
The next seminar on “Women and Family Law – Basics” will take place in Parramatta on Wednesday 31 August 2016.
This seminar will focus on legal issues associated with family law, including divorce, children, property and the intersection between family law and domestic violence law.
Registrations are due by close of business Friday 26 August 2016.
Join us for Morning Tea with Rosie Batty to launch our report on Family Law, Family Violence and Confidentiality
This event will be hosted by Colin Biggers and Paisley at their Sydney CBD office on Friday 19 August, 9.30 – 11am. This event is free to attend but numbers are limited so registration is essential.
Tenancy laws to provide stronger protection for victims of domestic violence
Women’s Legal Service NSW welcomes the release of the NSW Fair Trading review of the Residential Tenancies Act report, which recognises the need for stronger protections for victims of domestic violence.