In the 1980s, I worked with others to establish a self-funded legal service, to provide a mix of paid work, and free work to the disadvantaged.
Community Law Australia today urged the Coalition to reconsider proposed cuts of $42 million to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (ATSILS) as a major blow to access to justice.
Community Law Australia today welcomed increased funding to ensure that the Eastern community legal centre (ECLC) could service more people in need of legal help.
Community Law Australia has today welcomed the Attorney-General’s announcement that the Productivity Commission will examine the legal access crisis in Australia, and consider how best to improve access. Community Law Australia Spokesperson Carolyn Bond said that access to justice should … Continue reading
Tomorrow, Thursday June 20 is Community Law Australia’s ‘Day in the Life of a CLC’, an opportunity to highlight the diverse and important work Community Legal Centres do on a daily basis around the country. Our day of action will … Continue reading