Death sentence for poverty? Why the over-representation of First Nations women prisoners matters during the pandemic27th May 2020
Early release of vulnerable women from our prisons and key prison measures will save lives.
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Should firms be harnessing the new ways of working to provide opportunities for women in the law?
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Pauline has worked as a litigation solicitor (for a very short while), a learning designer and a legal editor over her working life. She has a keen interest in politics and social justice issues, detests injustice of any kind and prefers the company of kind people, like those she works with at the ALA. Pauline has two adult children, and is the proud grandmother of Belle, her daughter’s rescue greyhound (she is also proud of her kids!). The most important fact about Pauline though is that she has a very sweet tooth – this means that she is a mine of information about the best bakeries around Sydney (and surrounds), and from time to time, she will even do some baking at home.