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We advocate to government to improve outcomes for our clients. Find out about our latest advocacy, media releases and policy submissions.

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Mar 24

March Quarterly Newsletter Out Now

Our March newsletter for 2024 celebrates International Women's Day and highlights the importance of the work we do.

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Dec 23

December Quarterly Newsletter Out Now!

Our final newsletter for 2023 includes our Annual Report, safety tips for the holidays and showcases how we have supported over 10,580 people this year.

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Nov 23

Submissions on the Exposure Draft: Family Law Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2023

In these submissions, as a matter of convenience, we turn our attention to the proposed amendments in relation to property matters arising from marriage only, noting that there are equivalent proposals in relation to property matters arising from de facto relationships and our submissions would apply equally to those proposed amendments.

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Sep 23

Sept Quarterly Newsletter – legal and domestic violence services

Our September quarterly newsletter edition brings to life the work all our valued our teams do, supporting women and children and providing equitable access to justice for all.

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Jun 23

June quarterly newsletter – equitable access to justice

This quarterly newsletter edition showcases the unwavering commitment and dedication that the team shows daily towards enabling equitable access to justice for all and ensuring that women and children are free from family violence.

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Mar 23

Announcing our new CEO

We are pleased to announce that Melanie Noden has been appointed as our new CEO, from 20 March 2023.

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Mar 23

Quarterly newsletter – Farewell from our CEO

Our CEO Yvette Vignando, after leading Justice Support Centre since 2019, offers her farewells in our latest newsletter. Our new CEO will be announced in coming weeks.

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Feb 23

Submission – Review of serious road crime

Our preliminary submission to the review of serious road crime by NSW Law Reform Commission draws on our expertise supporting defendants of driving and traffic offences.

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Dec 22

Family Law basics

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands, skies and waterways in which we live and work, the Gadigal, Cabrogal, Darug and Eora people. We pay our respects to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients, partners and community leaders.

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Darug & Eora Country, NSW 2200

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