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Reflections on how far ATSI women in law have come

With NAIDOC Week kicking off this week, Lawyers Weekly spoke with two trailblazing women lawyers about their experiences, what issues are still being faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in law, and…

  • Jerome Doraisamy

The theme for this year’s NAIDOC Week is “Because of her, we can”, and Kate George — who was the first Aboriginal person to study law at The University of Western Australia and was WA’s…

Dez 3c“When I commenced my tertiary studies, there were very few Aboriginal people enrolled at university,” she said.

“Now, there is a significant number of Aboriginal law graduates and practitioners, and the numbers continue to increase, so…

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