External publications

Subpoena Survival Guide

Subpoena Survival Guide

Women’s Legal Service NSW and the Sexual Assault Communications Privilege Service at Legal Aid NSW has published the Subpoena Survival Guide to assist counsellors and other professionals by explaining what to do when a court wants confidential client information.

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ReCharge: Women’s Technology Safety

ReCharge: Women’s Technology Safety

ReCharge is a national resource to support women experiencing technology-facilitated domestic violence and those assisting them.

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The Law Handbook

The Law Handbook

This practical guide to the law in New South Wales covers a range of legal topics. WLS NSW wrote or contributed to several chapters including; Aboriginal people and the law, Domestic violence, Family law and Sexual offences.

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Just a piece of paper?

Just a piece of paper?

This practical guide is intended to help people who already have an AVO for their protection. Covers LGBTIQ relationships, what is an AVO, how do AVOs work, what is a breach, how to report a breach, role of the police, AVOs and children, varying or revoking your AVO, AVOs and family law, AVOs and immigration, what to do to stay safe.

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Girls Gotta Know

Girls Gotta Know

A legal information website for young women covering relationships, partying and trouble, housing and renting, employment, money and extras. Published by the Women’s Legal Service Tasmania.

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Hot Topics 87: Domestic Violence

Hot Topics 87: Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is one of the most widespread human rights abuses in Australia and globally. Each week in Australia a woman loses her life to domestic homicide. This issue looks at the prevalence of domestic violence and the legal framework that deals with offenders and victims, which includes AVOs, the court process and other legal issues that relate to DV.

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Living Without Violence Toolkit

Living Without Violence Toolkit

The toolkit is a series of information sheets, designed for people in NSW who have experienced domestic violence and are in the process of separating, or have recently separated from their partner.

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Family Safety in Auslan

Family Safety in Auslan

These information videos in Auslan about Domestic Violence were produced by the Deaf Society NSW.

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Almost Equal

Almost Equal

A guide for Community Legal Centre lawyers to the 2008 changes to Commonwealth laws affecting same sex couples.

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