Solicitor, Disability Discrimination Legal Service (DDLS)
Deborah has worked for suburban family law firm,Darebin Community Legal Centre as solicitor and at Heidelberg Court representing victims at Family Violence Court, for Central Highlands Community Legal Centre representing victims at Family Violence at Ballarat Court; and as project worker for St Kilda Legal Centre on their publication for Sex Workers. Deborah started working for the Disability Discrimination Legal Service from March 2007 originally as a locum solicitor and then from May 2007 as both solicitor and Community Legal Education Coordinator on a part time basis.
Deborah volunteers her services on a monthly basis for community organisations including Jewish Care; Parents Anonymous; Godfrey Street and South Caulfield Community House; Springvale Monash Legal Service and currently with Darebin Community Legal Centre and Women’s Legal Service.
Deborah is married and have two children and three grandchildren.
Tuesday 27th March, 2012: 1:30am - 2:15am
Are people actually hated, criticised or put down because of their disability? Is this a problem in Australia?