Central Coast Community Legal Centre

Central Coast Community Legal Centre is a community-owned, community-run, not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to stand with our Central Coast community to help them face and overcome legal challenges in their lives. We respond by providing legal help to tackle legal issues in people's lives as early as possible ... then translating what we see on the ground to educate community and influence those making law and policy decisions.

We provide non-judgemental, free legal help for people living, working and studying on the Central Coast who can’t afford a lawyer—on the phone, in person and at specialist outreach clinics at Toukley Neighbourhood Centre, Coast Shelter, Mingaletta Aboriginal Corporation, Yerin - Eleanor Duncan Aboriginal Medical Centre, Wyong Hospital (Mental Health Team) and Wyong Local Court. We also run the Children’s Court Assistance Scheme to support young people and their families attending Broadmeadow, Wyong and Woy Woy Children’s Courts.

02 Jun, 2022
Part time
Central Coast Community Legal Centre
Central Coast Community Legal Centre (CCCLC) is seeking part-time volunteers wishing to complete their practical legal training in a busy generalist practice that provides free legal services to people living, working or studying on the Central Coast.  These are  unpaid  positions. To apply, you must: Be a third year or above under-graduate OR Have completed or be close to completing College of Law, or its equivalent at a participating university Be able to work 2 days a week (block placements are unlikely as it affects the number of volunteers we can offer a placement) Complete at least 75 days and Attend a compulsory two-day General Orientation, Cultural Awareness and Intake Training. Applications should be submitted at least three weeks prior to chosen Intake date to allow interviews to take place.  Applications will be assessed on relevant skills as well as a demonstrated interest in and commitment to not-for-profit...
Expiration Date:
01 Dec, 2022