Association of Employees with a Disability - AED Legal Centre

Free services

AED Legal Centre Staff: Negotiate workplace solutions between employees with a disability, employers and HR professionals, Educate employees with a disability about their employment rights, Draft complaints of discrimination or applications of unlawful termination of employment, Provide legal representation at: Australian Human Rights Commission, Fair Work Australia, Federal Court, Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Magistrates Court and Federal Magistrates Court. Provide assistance and support with 'whole life issues' that have an impact on education and employment. The night of Justice Program - assists people who experience difficulties in education and/or employment on account of their disability. Actions involve mediation and conciliation with employers or educators as well as legal remedies. Student Placement Program.

NDIS registered?

No

Frequently asked questions

Who is this group for?

Legal assistance for individuals that feel they have been unfairly treated in any way due to their disability.

Is the organisation accessible for people with disabilities?

No

Suite 4 Level 9, 276 Flinders Street, Melbourne VIC 3000