Submissions and Publications

Each of AWL's State and Territory Women Lawyer Associations' make public submissions and release publications on a range of issues concerning the objects of AWL.

The most recent publications from our Constitutional Women Lawyers Associations can be found on this page, in addition to joint submissions with AWL.

Australian Women Lawyers

Joint Submissions Lodged on Behalf of AWL and its State and Territory Constitutional Associations

Submission to Law Council of Australia on its Response Paper to the National Attrition and Rengagement Study

Australian Capital Territory

The Women Lawyers Association of the Australian Capital Territory

ACT Junior Lawyers Pay and Conditions Survey 2013 (see below)

New South Wales

Women Lawyers Association of New South Wales

Submission to the Facsia Paid Parental Leave Scheme 2013

Submission Australian Human Rights Commission National Review on Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work 2014

South Australia

Women Lawyers Association of South Australia Inc

Submission to the Law Council of Australia as part of the Australian Human Rights Commission National Review on Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work 2014

Submission to the Senate Inquiry into Economic Security for Women in Retirement

Victoria

Victorian Women Lawyers Association

Submission to the Law Council of Australia as part of the Australian Human Rights Commission National Review on Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work 2014

Publication - Flexible Work Protocols A best practice guide for productive and engaged legal workplaces

Publication  - Flexible Work Protocols -Parental leave

Publication   - Flexible Work Protocols -Part time work

Publication  - Flexible Work Protocols- Job sharing

Publication -  Flexible Work Protocols- Flexible working hours

Publication -  Flexible Work Protocols -Working remotely

Western Australia

Women Lawyers Association of WA Inc

Survey of the Legal Profession 2014  -Survey of men and women in the profession relating to issues affecting women. The survey examined disincentives for women to stay in the profession, barriers to advancement, attitudes towards different workplaces and types of practice, aspirations for judicial appointment, and factors influencing the movement of women to different legal roles or out of the law altogether.
 

 

 

Attachments

File DescriptionDownload File
WLASA Pregnancy and Return to Work Submission WLASA_to_LCA_(Pregnancy_and_Return_to_Work_Submission)_-2013.pdf (513 KB, pdf)
WLAACT Junior Pay and Conditions Survey 2013 ACT_-Pay_and_Conditions_Survey_-_2013.pdf (2 MB, pdf)
WLANSW Paid Parental Leave Submission 2013 PPL_submission_31_5_13-1.pdf (334 KB, pdf)
WLAWA Survey of the Profession 2014 WLAWA_Survey_of_the_Profession_-FinalReport_-7Oct13.pdf (2 MB, pdf)
WLANSW Pregnancy and Return to Work Submission WLANSW_Submission_to_AHRC_re_pregnancy_inquiry_2014_(Final).pdf (1 MB, pdf)
VWL Pregnancy and Return to Work Submission Return_to_Work_Nation_Review_VWL_submission_(final).pdf (476 KB, pdf)
AWL and State and Territory Consitutional Associations Joint Submission - LCA Response Paper re: NARS FINAL_-_AWL_Submission_-NARS_LCA_-_2014.doc (4 MB, doc)
Flexible Work Protocols A best practice guide for productive and engaged legal workplaces VWL_Flexible_Work_PLace_Prcatices_Protocols.pdf (358 KB, pdf)
WLASA Senate Inquiry into Economic Secuerity for Women in Retirement Submission WLASA_Submission_Senate_Inquity_(Womens_Retirement_Income).docx (93 KB, docx)