Disability Law Queensland assists a wide range of clients with advice and representation in relation to discrimination and human rights matters.
Disability Law Queensland’s legal practitioner assists clients with Queensland Civil Administrative Tribunal (QCAT), Mental Health Review Tribunal (MHRT), and the Disability Royal Commission matters asserting their rights for justice.
Disability Law Queensland’s legal practitioners can assist with a range of services, these include:
- Education Inclusion
- Disability Royal Commission
- Mental Health Review Tribunal
- Queensland Civil Administrative Tribunal (QCAT)
- Sexual Harassment
- Human Rights Matters
- Unlawful vilification
- Offensive racist conduct
- Complaints about police
- Complaints about government departments
- Social Justice
Disability Law Queensland has also contributed to the Royal Commission on issues that are effecting people with disabilities and their families.
The Disability Royal Commission was established in April 2019 in response to community concern about widespread reports of violence against, and the neglect, abuse and exploitation of vulnerable people with disability.
Disability Law Queensland has long been a champion of Human Rights in Queensland, with Disability Law Queensland Founding Director, Aimee McVeigh spearheading the successful campaign to establish a Human Rights Act for Queensland in 2019.
Disability Law Queensland is passionate about helping clients with Discrimination and Human Rights matters. Our legal team take on a wide range of cases including discrimination in education, accommodation, child protection and employment.
If you believe you or your loved one are being Discriminated against or your Human Rights are being compromised, please get in touch. We will help you find and follow the course of action that is most empowering and effective in your particular situation.
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When working with Disability Law Queensland, I found my experience to be incredibly worthwhile. They were consistent and kept communication clear. I would be happy to consult with Disability Law Queensland again, as they have proven that their clients come first.
Amee’s clear, understandable use of language, explanations and examples, make it very easy to understand structures that can be complex and often unfamiliar to everyday people.
We know we can trust Amee to give advice that will be in the person with disability’s best interests because of her enabling attitude and outlook. We believe setting up systems of support that enable choice and control are far more effective and efficient that any other system. The are sustainable and empowering for all parties.
We encourage all people with disabilities and their allies and families to avail themselves of Disability Law Queensland services. We also encourage services to become familiar with the services of Disability Law Queensland so they can promote choice and control for their client’s and their families.
We are looking forward to learning more from Disability Law Queensland about Human Rights for people with disabilities and are grateful to Amee for being proactive regarding this matter.
We recently used Disability Law Queensland to create our Wills and Enduring Power of Attorneys. Disability Law Queensland made the process as easy as possible for us by providing templates to complete and consider as well as organising phone meetings so we didn’t need to journey to their office.
Amee ensured we thought of everything, that we understood the documents and answered any questions we had. It was a pain free, well organised process. We could not recommend them more.