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The Law Society has published a resource on flexible working following recommendations made in our 2011 report on the Advancement of Women in the Profession. This publication can be downloaded free of charge and provides information to assist both practitioners and law practices considering flexible work arrangements.

The Law Society has also created two short documents to help practitioners, supervisors and practices when considering and implementing flexible work arrangements:

Tips for practitioners
Tips for practices and supervisors.

Other flexible working arrangement resources

• “Requests for flexible working arrangements”, Fair Work Ombudsman
• "Future Flex", Diversity Council of Australia
• “Get flexible!”, Diversity Council of Australia
• "Strategic approach to flexibility resources", Workplace Gender Equality Agency
• "Do you manage? A guide to managing lawyers with flexible work arrangements", Victorian Women Lawyers
• “Flexible Work Protocols”, Victorian Women Lawyers
• "The Power of Flexibility", Bain and Company


  • Advancement of Women Initiative
  • The Law Society of
    New South Wales
  • Sydney NSW 2000
  • T: (02) 9926 0333
  • AOW@lawsociety.com.au