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Historical Child Abuse at Ballarat & Queens Anglican Grammar – A Call for Witnesses

Koffels Solicitors and Barristers urgently call upon the community of former students from Ballarat & Queens Anglican Church Grammar School who may hold insights into historical child sexual abuse incidents at the institution. If your tenure at the school spanned from 1985 to 1995, your firsthand experiences and memories could significantly aid a fellow alumnus in their pursuit of justice and compensation.

Addressing the Shadows of the Past with Transparency

In a robust effort to confront and redress allegations of historical sexual abuse, Ballarat Grammar has initiated significant steps toward supporting victims and facilitating their access to justice. This has included an outreach program to alumni potentially impacted by such incidents, underscoring a deep commitment to transparency and assistance for those seeking compensation for historical child sexual abuse.

A Specific Appeal for Witnesses

Our focus is sharply drawn to individuals possessing knowledge about a competition called “InterDominian” and the overarching culture of dormitory life. This targeted call is integral to our comprehensive strategy to support survivors of historical child sexual abuse at Ballarat & Queens Anglican Church Grammar School in their quest for compensation and healing.

Your Voice is Crucial

Your narrative could play a critical role in bolstering our client and, possibly, others who have endured in silence. Koffels Solicitors and Barristers offer a confidential and empathetic platform for voicing your story, backed by a team with collectively over 120 years of experience in compensation for historical child sexual abuse.

How to Contribut1e to Justice and Healing

Should you harbour any memories of historical child sexual abuse at Ballarat & Queens Anglican Church Grammar School, especially during the pivotal years of 1985 to 1995, we implore you to step forward. Your courage in breaking the silence can profoundly influence the trajectory of justice and compensation for all individuals affected.

We would be grateful if you could contact Nancy Hu or Natalia Lapthorne on (02) 9283 5599 or via the call-back request form below:

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