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Community Support Officer – Kalgoorlie

We are seeking a Community Support Officer in our Kalgoorlie office to act as a key liaison between victims of Aboriginal family violence and the services of Aboriginal Family Law Services (AFLS). Closing Date: 10 May, 2019 The role requires the CSO to promote our service within our regional communities by referring clients to AFLS […]


Part Time Aboriginal Family Advocate – Kalgoorlie

We are seeking applications for an Aboriginal Family Advocate from experienced and qualified Social Workers who are interested in being part of the AFLS team in our small regional office in Kalgoorlie. Closing Date: Friday 26 July, 2019 This is a part time position. As an AFLS Aboriginal Family Advocate, you will be responsible for […]

March Newsletter now available

AFLS has taken on a number of new challenges this year. The Murdoch University collaboration is an exciting project (read more on page 11) and we’ve opened our first Community Support Officer role in Ardyaloon (One Arm Point). The Ochre Ribbon event in February was a wonderful success. Thank you to all of the speakers […]

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Solicitors Pool

We are seeking Solicitors to work with our regional locations. The successful applicant(s) will help shape the direction of the Aboriginal Family Law Services in the respective region and work with a degree of independence. The Solicitor is responsible for the delivery of legal services, including family law, care and protection matters, family violence restraining […]


Managing Solicitor, Kalgoorlie

We are seeking a Managing Solicitor to work at our office in Kalgoorlie. The Managing Solicitor is responsible for the delivery of legal services, including court representation, to Aboriginal clients in the areas of family law, family violence, criminal injuries compensation and care and protection matters. The role also entails providing clinical legal education (“CLE”) […]

Hannah McGlade’s “Raising black women’s voices”

Aboriginal Family Law Services’ board member Hannah McGlade is from the Noongar people and is the senior Indigenous research fellow at Curtin University. In her recent opinion piece for The Saturday Paper, “Raising black women’s voices”, Hannah writes: Black women know the Australian state was built on such violence and that the instruments of law, […]