DONE BY LAW is grassroots radio for social justice on community radio station 3CR in Melbourne, Australia. We have been on the air since 1980, giving listeners our unique and irreverent take on current legal news. Presented by the Federation of Community Legal Centres and a team of legal and non-legal presenters, we make sense of everything from new graffiti laws to refugee law.
Tune in to 3CR 855AM on Tuesdays at 6PM for the most engaging and accessible legal speak you’ll ever hear. And of course, you can listen to the show online or subscribe to our podcast.
The Done By Law team is:
Julia Dehm is a postgraduate student at the Melbourne Law School researching in the area of climate law. She previously completed her Articles of Clerkship at Victoria Legal Aid and has volunteered at numerous community legal centres including DEAC, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Fitzroy Legal Service and the Federation of Community Legal Centres.
Meghan is a community development officer and lawyer with the Fitzroy Legal Service. Meghan has been in the community legal sector for a number of years, and works in the areas of law reform, policy, community development, legal education and public interest litigation. Areas of focus include criminal record discrimination, alcohol and drug dependence, police accountability, human rights and a range of work relating to enhanced access to justice.
Jordana is happily practising as a lawyer with Youthlaw, a Community Legal Centre based in Melbourne CBD. She works with young people under 25 years old on all kinds of legal issues ranging from summary crime, fines and debts to problems with school, bullying and discrimination. Jordana also travels around Melbourne and Victoria educating young people and their workers about their legal rights and responsibilities. In her former life, she spent three years practising in consumer protection law at a commercial law firm in Sydney.