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ABOUT US

Pride in Law - National LGBTIQ+ Law Association.

Pride in Law is a National LGBTIQ+ Law Association based in Australia. We are a non-political association, aimed at connecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTIQ+) members of the legal community and their allies. We formed as a law association to bring together the LGBTIQ+ legal profession across multiple disciplines

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ASSOCIATION'S KEY OBJECTIVES

As an association of legal professionals we seek to help members directly and indirectly through:

 

 

  • VISIBLE LEGAL EDUCATION: Organise scholarly forums to engage lawyers and their allies in current LGBTIQ+ legal debates through visible events.  

 

  • PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING: Coordinate monthly lawyer-to-lawyer networking meetings. Pride in Law holds monthly socials and quarterly legal networking events.

 

  • ADVOCACY IN THE LAW: Collaborate with a wide range of lawyers across multiple disciplines to confront pressing issues involving the LGBTIQ+ community and their allies.

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WHO WE ARE

 

Pride in Law is a national association of lawyers, academics and other legal professionals dedicated to enhancing the lives of the LGBTIQ+ community. 

 

Our national head office is located in Brisbane, Australia. Pride in Law's office is located on land traditionally owned by the the Turban and Yuggera peoples. Pride in Law would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we all work, live, and play. We would also like to pay respect to the eldlers' past, present, and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who use this website.

WHAT WE DO

Pride in Law holds monthly socials (meetings), quarterly networking events, an annual address and other events to bring the legal community together. 

 

We publish daily posts across a variety of social media platforms. 

 

Pride in Law also advocates for law reform impacting the LGBTIQ+ community.