Community Legal Centres across Victoria provide free legal advice to people experiencing disadvantage. Find a Community Legal Centre.
Community Legal Centres, or CLCs, are independent community organisations that provide free legal services to those that need it. CLCs exist to enable a strong collective voice for justice and equality. Find out more.
The Federation leads and supports excellence in the community legal sector, promotes the purpose and value of Community Legal Centres, and advances social justice and a fair legal system.
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An outer-suburban community legal centre has responded to local need by extending its services to new areas through co-location and partnerships. They are showing the vital role local CLCs play in our community.
One Victorian community legal centre is hitting the streets with the unusual combination of lawyers and coffee to increase access to legal advice for locals.
The pandemic has brought significant changes to the way we work, from remote work and essential workers to the ongoing tests of whether mask-wearing, COVID-testing and vaccinations can be deemed a ‘reasonable and lawful direction’ at work.
There are Community Legal Centres across Victoria. Click to find your nearest Victorian Community Legal Centre.