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12 Feb 2021

Dharani Rana

Dharani holds a Juris Doctor from the University of New South Wales. She was admitted as a Solicitor in NSW in 2021 and in South Australia in 2022. Dharani also holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from the University of Toronto.


Since she was a law student, Dharani has worked mainly for not-for-profit organisations, including Community Legal Centres in inner Sydney, the Cancer Council Pro Bono Program and NSW government.


Before joining the Working Women’s Centre, Dharani was the Coordinator & Solicitor of Homeless Legal at JusticeNet SA, a legal outreach service helping people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. There, she assisted with a wide range of civil law queries, including tenancy matters in South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.


As a migrant immigrating to different countries since she was a child, Dharani has been acutely aware of systemic injustice from a young age and became interested in progressive causes, including feminism, anti-racism and workers’ rights. She is driven by a desire to empower women, workers, tenants, migrants and other undervalued peoples.


In her spare time, Dharani enjoys traveling, photography, world cinema, listening to R&B and attempting to recreate her mom’s recipes.

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