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Women’s Legal NSW

WLS NSW provides a free service for all women in the community, particularly for those who are socially and economically disadvantaged.

For more than 40 years Women’s Legal Service NSW (WLS NSW) has pioneered new ways of helping women to access the law.

WLS NSW is an independent non-profit organisation which provides a voice for women in NSW, and promotes access to justice, particularly for women who are disadvantaged by their social and economic circumstances.

From a feminist perspective, WLS NSW fosters legal and social change to redress the inequalities that women experience through:

  • legal advice and casework

  • community legal education

  • law and policy reform

Board and Management

WLS NSW is an independent non-profit company limited by guarantee. It has a voluntary board of nine directors. The day-to-day management of the services is delegated to the Executive Officer and Principal Solicitor.

WLS NSW is is funded by the Commonwealth and State governments.

Staff and Volunteers

The organisation has about 20-25 staff at any one time, including solicitors, law reform and community education co-ordinators, project workers and administrative staff.

WLS NSW offers volunteer placements to law students and may also have other volunteers working with us from time to time on particular projects. For more information about how to get involved, see Volunteer with WLS NSW.

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Phone: (02) 9794 0150

Arthur West Memorial Hall
Mcburney Road, Cabramatta 2166
(Located in Cabravale Memorial Park, 
behind PCYC Fairfield - Cabramatta)

​Open hours:
Monday to Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm
Closed for lunch daily between 1.00pm – 2.00pm

A women's health and well-being initiative, primarily centered on supporting migrant, refugee and disadvantaged women residing with the Fairfield Local Government Area. Fairfield Women's Health Service is jointly auspiced by Bankstown Women's Health Centre and Liverpool Women's Health Centre, and funded by NSW Health through South Western Sydney Local Health District.

©2023 Fairfield Women's Health Service

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