The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA will be CLOSED on Monday 30th September 2019

The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA will be CLOSED on Monday 30th September 2019 (Public Holiday). For URGENT legal assistance please phone the ALSWA After Hours number on 08 9265 6644. ALSWA will RE-OPEN on Tuesday 1st October 2019.  

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Law Matters Program #144, 24th July 2019

Guests: Chloe Collard, Program Manager from the Geraldton Streetwork Aboriginal Corporation, and Nikolas Barron, ALSWA Lawyer, about the importance of getting assistance to pay off your Fines.

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Law Matters Program 130, 1st August 2018

Guests: Glen Colbung, ALSWA Executive Board Vice President discusses the recent exposure of racist Facebook rants by a WA Police Officer, and chats about the https://www.cialispascherfr24.com/ historical and current day contributions of Aboriginal people in Western Australia. Robyn Westgate talks about the issues facing women in prison

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VALE LIZ JACKSON 29 June 2018

The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA Limited (ALSWA) is saddened to learn of the passing of acclaimed journalist Liz Jackson. “Liz was a champion of Aboriginal causes and a talented journalist of great integrity” said ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington. “We are extremely grateful for her efforts over

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Law Matters – Aboriginal Legal Service Enters New Era

History acheter viagra was made when the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Limited (ALSWA) held its inaugural Annual General Meeting since transitioning from an incorporated body to a company limited. This heralds exciting times ahead for ALSWA, which has a long proud history of providing a

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LAW MATTERS Program 120, 6th December 2017

In our final program for 2017, ALSWA CEO Dennis Eggington and WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson discuss ways of moving forward and how the over-representation of Aboriginal people in the criminal justice system can be overcome. We also speak with David Braddock, Head of the Child Welfare

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Free Legal Advice – Southwest

Civil and Human Rights Lawyer Clea Jones will be providing free legal advice Monday 26 June 4:00pm – 5:30pm Southern Aboriginal Corporation Wednesday 28th June Albany ALS Office   ALS Outreach

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Free Legal Advice – Southwest Prison

Civil and Human Rights Lawyer Clea Jones will be providing free legal advice Monday 26 June 12:00pm – 2:00pm Albany Prison Tuesday 27th June Pardelup Prison farm Southwest Prison Outreach

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Group Information Sessions Casual Administration Friday 16 June

A group session will be held for applicants who wish to know more about the type of work we do, the pay and conditions. The session will give you an opportunity to show us what you offer. Details When: Friday 16 June at 3.00pm Where: Aboriginal Legal

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