Become a Member

Our members help set the direction of the Centre and support strong and transparent governance.

We have three categories of Membership:

  • Ordinary members – Annual membership that is open to any woman who supports the objects of the Association
  • Affiliate members – Annual membership that is open to any person or organisation who supports the objects of the Association
  • Life members – Life Membership is awarded by the Centre Board to any woman who has made a significant contribution to the Objects of the Centre.

Ordinary and Affilate Membership is annual.

If you are interested in becoming a member please complete the form below. Your application will be considered by the Centre and you will be notified of your acceptance as soon as possible. Applications must be accompanied by the payment of the relevant membership fee.

  • $58 – Individual/ Government & private organisations
  • $38 – Concession card holders/students/Community organisations

If you are not in a position to pay a membership fee but would still like to join please contact us and we will make an arrangement to ensure you can still support the Centre’s work


Membership Form
Annual Membership Type *
Annual Membership Fee *
Terms *
Objects of the Women’s Legal Centre ACT and Region

The Women’s Legal Centre is established is to promote and protect justice, equality and independence for all women. The Centre does this by:
a) providing professional, specialist legal services to women;
b) supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women’s access to justice through individual and systemic advocacy;
c) prioritising service for women who need our services the most, including women on low incomes, women experiencing violence, and women disadvantaged by pregnancy, breastfeeding or family responsibilities, race, culture or religion, disability, age, sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
d) informing the community about the law and legal system as it affects women;
e) providing expert law and policy advice to the community, government and other stakeholders on domestic violence and other forms of sex discrimination and gender equality;
f) any other objects determined by the Board which are consistent with the Centre being a public benevolent institution; and
g) to cooperate with any other organisation in furtherance of these objects.