Kate Mliswa
specializes in Family law, Victims of Crime Compensation,
Care and Protection matters and Domestic Violence/Intervention Orders and currently works for the North Australian Aboriginal Family Violence Legal Service (NAAFVLS).

NAAFVLS  is an independent Family Violence Prevention Legal Service, funded by the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department, Indigenous Law and Justice Branch and the Indigenous Justice and Legal Assistance Division.

In addition to her Bachelor of Laws and Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice qualifications, she has also completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Politics & Anthropology.

Kate has worked in Immigration Law with Libby Hogarth & Associates, specializing in Appeals for Humanitarian visa for asylum seekers. She is the CEO of KM Immigration Services.

Kate is from Lesotho, Zambia and Zimbabwe. She currently resides in Katherine in the Northern Territory. 

In addition to being a lawyer, Kate is very passionate about justice. She is a strong advocate for the disadvantaged people in society. In 2012, she developed and runs a social program every Friday night after work in Katherine where she and a team of people from Katherine Christian Outreach Centre provide food, clothing, counselling, encouragement and other assistance to the disadvantaged people in Katherine. she liaises with different organizations to raise funds and goods to provide to the disadvantaged people. 

She is also a member of the Advocates International.  Advocates international is an organization that believes that no one should be denied Justice.

Advocates International is passionate about Justice and believes that the law should protect the most basic human agreement between a man and a woman, and provide for the best interaction between peoples. Consequently, Advocates International stands with the poor, and oppressed working to vindicate their human rights by ensuring equal access to a working judicial system.

Kate is also the Legal Analyst for Change Magazine. She writes a column to educate people on the law and their rights.









Kot Monoah is a personal injury lawyer working at Slater & Gordon Lawyers Sunshine office. Kot specialises in Motor Vehicle Transport Accident Claims as well as WorkCover claims.

Kot clients are typically people who are injured as a result of traffic or work accidents. Going through these types of claims is often a difficult time for clients and being unfamiliar with the legal system can make it all the more daunting for them, but Kot makes the process simpler for them by being sensitive to their needs and those of their families


Personal injury litigation

  • Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation (TAC)
  • Workers compensation (WorkCover)

Professional qualifications & admissions

§  Admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria in October 2010.

§  Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the Australian National University.

§  Previously worked as Victoria Police Community Liaison Officer.

§  Bachelor of Laws from Victoria University.

Career History

  • Lawyer at Slater & Gordon since 2010.
  • Seasonal Clerk at Slater & Gordon in 2010.

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