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Who we are

Human Rights Claims is a team of Australian lawyers and industrial relations advocates who are experts in human rights legislation in Queensland, Victoria and the ACT.

We are also specialists in discrimination and sexual harassment Australia-wide and file more claims in the Queensland Human Rights Commission (formerly the Anti-Discrimination of Queensland) on behalf of or clients than any other organisation.

Human Rights Claims is a division of Discrimination Claims and the Supportah Network, and is now the largest non-union worker advocacy firm in Queensland.

We represent people from all walks of life, who have had their human rights violated, or who have experienced unlawful discrimination or sexual harassment.

Our focus is on achieving justice for our clients by representing them in the Human Rights Commission, or other relevant commission or tribunal.

We have successfully obtained apologies and substantial compensation payouts for our clients.


How We Can Help

If you have experienced sexual harassment, or some form of unlawful discrimination, or if you believe your Human Rights have been violated, we can help.

We will:

quickly assess your matter

  • advise if you have a legitimate claim and what your chances of success might be
  • indicate how long the process will take and what costs might be involved
  • advocate on your behalf in any conciliation conferences or formal hearings

We have extensive experience successfully negotiating substantial compensation payouts for our clients.

Rest assured, if we take on your case, we will fight for you, and we won’t stop fighting until we have achieved the outcome you are hoping for.

Please contact our specialist team today on 1800 4 EQUAL (1800 437 825) to discuss your options.

We look forward to helping you!


Miles Heffernan – Litigation Director Human Rights Claims.

Media availability

Human Rights Claims Director of Litigation Miles Heffernan has more than 20 years experience in workplace relations matters, including human rights claims, and is available for comment on matters including:

  • discrimination
  • sexual harassment
  • unfair dismissal
  • wage theft
  • human rights

Media contact:  07 3059 6070


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