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Employment opportunities

Employment opportunities


Working for Legal Aid WA means making a real difference to the lives of legally disadvantaged people in our community. At the same time you will experience being part of a diverse, supportive and vibrant work environment that delivers excellent professional development opportunities to all staff. Legal Aid WA is committed to enhancing the mobility and multi skilling of its staff and lawyers are involved in delivering a range of services to clients.


Our staff of approximately 350 people includes over 130 lawyers. We have offices in Perth, Broome, Bunbury, Albany, Kalgoorlie, Geraldton, South Hedland, Kununurra and Christmas Island.


Legal Aid WA has excellent opportunities for dynamic individuals who thrive in a challenging work environment. While most positions are for lawyers and paralegals, we also employ a full range of administrative personnel.


Legal Aid WA offers very attractive salary packaging and employment conditions.



Advertised vacancies

You will find details of vacant positions currently available and helpful information about how to apply for employment here. More...



Graduate program

Legal Aid WA's Graduate Program is currently on hold. More...


Infoline employment opportunities

The information here may be helpful if you are interested in working as an Information Officer on the Infoline. More... 

Indigenous law student program

The aim of the program is to provide Indigenous law students with the opportunity to gain an understanding of the work of Legal Aid WA and enhance longer term employment opportunities. More...

Voluntary Intern Placement (VIP) program

Legal Aid WA's Voluntary Intern Placement Program is currently on hold. More...




Last reviewed: 13/07/15
Last modified: 9/02/2017 8:14 AM


The information displayed on this page is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. If you have a legal problem, you should see a lawyer. Legal Aid Western Australia aims to provide information that is accurate, however does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information provided on this page or incorporated into it by reference.