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My Culture My Story; Aboriginal Women Leaders in Law

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Old Court House Law Museum

Barrack Street

Stirling Gardens

Perth, WA 6000

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Join us at the Old Court House Law Museum as we host a panel discussion led by Deanne Fitzgerald Senior Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisor at the Western Australian Museum. Deanne will be discussing the life experiences of our panellists, Kelsi Forrest who was awarded the inaugural Aboriginal Women’s Legal Education Trust Scholarship offered by the Women Lawyers of WA in 2012 and who now works for Roe Legal, Ashleigh Lindsay who works at Herbert Smith Freehills and senior female Aboriginal practitioners. Other topics to be discussed will include the impact of the law, contribution to community issues and inspiration and the importance for education for young people. This discussion provides the opportunity for the legal profession to engage with the community to build a shared understanding of the vital role the law plays in our society.

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Old Court House Law Museum

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