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Vick, Lesley Helen (1945 - )

Born
3 August 1945
Richmond, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Academic, Editor, Researcher and Writer

Summary

Lesley Vick specialises in medico-legal ethics. Using her research and policy development skills she is actively involved in the legal aspects of equality for women, reproductive health, human rights and free-thinking philosophy. She was the senior adviser to the Leader of the Australian Democrats 1985-1992 and Chief of Staff in the Leaders office from 1986.

Lesley Vick was educated at Mentone Girls Grammar; the University of Melbourne (Bachelor of Laws); and La Trobe University (Master of Arts).

Archival resources

Private Hands (contact Australian Women's Archive Project)

  • Papers of Lesley Vick; Private Hands (contact Australian Women's Archive Project). Details

Elle Morrell

Site-wide information and acknowledgements

National Foundation for Australian Women The University of Melbourne, eScholarship Research Centre

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