TLA Chair Patrick Lunn congratulated TLA on “30 years of hard, critical, but very rewarding work contributing to a fairer, more just Tasmania, in which all Tasmanians are safe, respected and have their voices heard”.
Close to 200 professionals working in the family law sector came together in Hobart to attend the inaugural Tasmanian Family Law Pathways Network (FLPN) Conference to promote greater collaboration within the sector.
In cities and towns across Australia, more than 100,000 women turned out on Monday 15 March to raise their voices and tell our leaders in government, in business and across society that "enough is enough"
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