Evaluation of a Domestic Violence Intervention Service

Registration is now open for our September monthly seminar series

Trish Mundy, Assoc Dean, Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts, University of Wollongong & Nan Seuffert, Director, Legal Intersections Research Centre

This seminar will focus on examining the Domestic Violence Intervention Service project and its role in enhancing best practice for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence.

Domestic Violence Intervention Service Project

 When: Wednesday 12th September 2018

 Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm

 Where: Colin, Biggers & Paisley, Level 42, 2 Park Street, Sydney

 Registration: This event is free but we encourage tax deductible donations. Suggested donation is $30.

RSVP Essential. Drinks & nibbles available.

 REGISTER TO ATTEND

This seminar may qualify for CPD points.

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About the speakers

Trish Mundy Assoc Dean, Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts, University of Wollongong

Trish’s principal research interests concern issues of gender and advancement of women within the legal profession as well as access to law and justice in rural, regional and remote Australia. She has recently undertaken an evaluation of the YWCA NSW Domestic Violence Intervention Service in Nowra with Professor Nan Seuffert. Prior to academia, Trish gained over 10 years of legal practice experience As Principal Solicitor (Shoalcost) and Senior Solicitor (Indigenous Women’s Program, WLS) in the community legal sector in the areas of family law and family violence. 

Nan Seuffert Director, Legal Intersections Research Centre

Nan is a Professor of Law and Director of the Legal Intersections Research Centre (LIRC) at the UOW. Nan researches and teaches in Law, Gender Sexuality, Contracts and Securities Regulation. Her research on law and national identity uses critical theories and focuses on race, gender and sexuality. She has also long worked in the area of domestic violence and the law as a practitioner, volunteer activist and advocate and as an academic researcher. Nan and Trish, in partnership with YWCA and funded by an NAB Community Impact grant, have just completed an evaluation of the YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention Service (DVIS) in Nowra.

For any queries please contact the Foundation Coordinator, Chloe Wyatt, 0405 256756 or foundation@wlsnsw.org.au

Hosted by Women’s Legal Service NSW

These monthly talks will provide opportunity to exchange ideas, inform change and share research. Each month we will discuss the latest developments in legal issues that directly impact women and children.

 

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