Women's Legal Services NSW does not provide legal advice via email. No confidential information about the substance of a matter should be supplied, as it is not possible for Women's Legal Services NSW to protect any confidential information provided by email. For legal advice please call our Legal Advice Lines.
Women's Legal Services NSW website records your visit and we may log some or all of the following details (generated automatically and anonymously), for statistical purposes:
- Server addresses
- Top level domain names (for example, .com, .gov, .au, .uk)
- Dates and times of visits
- Pages viewed and documents downloaded
- Previous site visited
- Browser type (for example, Internet Explorer, Firefox)
We cannot identify visitors to our site through these web logs. They only allow us to identify the total number of visits our site receives and what sections visitors are using. Women's Legal Services NSW analyses these statistics to improve and refine the site.
Web statistics may be compiled in reports distributed to our funding organisations, NSW Legal Aid Commission.
Women's Legal Services NSW may record and file a user's email address if they contact us via the site's general email address womens_NSW@clc.net.au. An email address will not be used for any purpose other than that for which it was intended.
Think B4 U Click is an online resource developed by the Indigenous Women's Legal Program to highlight many aspects of Cyberbullying and features personal stories of young people's experiences and thoughts on Cyberbullying. The Vox Pops were filmed at the 2012 Yabun festival.
Watch the video on YouTube