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Current vacancies at the Federation

At present, there are no relevant volunteer opportunities at the Federation of Community Legal Centres. You may make contact with individual generalist and specialist Community Legal Centres across Victoria here. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for updates.

 


Current Vacancies in Victorian Community Legal Centres

 

Community Lawyer (Yarra Ranges)

Eastern Community Legal Centre

Full time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position will close midnight, Sunday 28 February 2021 

 

Community Lawyer - HEAL

Eastern Community Legal Centre

Full time or part time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position will close midnight, Sunday 28 February 2021 

 

Coordinator - HEAL

Eastern Community Legal Centre

Full time or part time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position will close midnight, Sunday 28 February 2021

 

Solicitor

Law Advocacy Centre for Women

Full time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position close Monday 1 March 2021

 

Lawyer

Hume Riverina Community Legal Service

Part time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position close 5pm Thursday 4 March 2021

 

Community Lawyer -  Generalist

ARC Justice at the Goulburn Valley Community Legal Centre

Full time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position close 9am Tuesday 9 March 2021

 

Criminal/Generalist Lawyer

First Step Legal

Part time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position close midnight Wednesday 10 March 2021

 

Community Lawyer, Family Violence

Peninsula Community Legal Centre

Full time, fixed term contract

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Applications for this position will close 5pm, Wednesday 17 March 2021 

 

Family Violence Lawyer - Horsham

Ballarat & Grampians Community Legal Service

Part time, ongoing

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Applications for this position will close as soon as a suitable candidate is sourced. 

 

Senior Lawyer

Djirra - Morwell

Full time, permanent

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Applications for this position will close as soon as a suitable candidate is sourced. 

We also strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

 

Senior Lawyer

Djirra - Bairnsdale

Full time or part time, permanent

Click here to read the full ad and position description.

Applications for this position will close as soon as a suitable candidate is sourced.

We also strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

 

Lawyer

Djirra - Northcote

Full time, fixed term

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Applications for this position will close as soon as a suitable candidate is sourced.

We also strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

 

Volunteer Vacancies in Victorian Community Legal Centres

Volunteer

Disability Discrimination Legal Service

1 full day per week 9-5pm

Click here to view the Volunteer page on the DDLS website

Click here to read the position description

To be eligible for consideration as a volunteer, you must submit an application form by post or e-mail. Please use this Application Form

Please submit applications to:

Administration Officer
[email protected]

or

Ross House Association
Disability Discrimination Legal Service
Level 2, 247-251 Flinders Lane
Melbourne 3000 VIC

Applications for this position are ongoing

 

Current Volunteer Vacancies in Victorian Community Organisations

Done By Law is seeking new presenters!

Done By Law is 3CR’s law radio show. They been presenting a radical look at the law since 1980, telling stories that wouldn’t otherwise be told on mainstream media. Done By Law is presented and supported by the Federation of Community Legal Centres.

They are looking for three to four people who have involvement in the community legal sector to come on board as presenters.

Done By Law really encourage Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, bla(c)k people, people of colour, people with disability, and LGBTIQ+ people to apply.

The roles are unpaid voluntary roles (the whole show, and indeed most of the station operates on a volunteer basis). We have four groups of 3 to 4 people who work within the group to present one show per month.

Previous radio experience is not necessary! Done By Law will structure the groups to pair new presenters with experienced presenters.

As part of the role you will need to:

  • prepare and present one show per month, in a team of 3 to 4 people;
  • undertake 3CR radio training (there is a fee for this, but well worth it!);
  • become a subscriber of 3CR. The cost per year is $35 unwaged/concession, $75 waged. If you are otherwise interested but this is a barrier for you, please let us know.
  • engage in very occasional meetings and working bees with the whole team of presenters; and
  • assist in the planning and running of our yearly fundraiser (usually our famous trivia night).

If you would like to discuss the role, please contact [email protected] or [email protected].

How to apply

Please send an expression of interest by email to [email protected] by midnight on Friday 26 March 2021. The expression of interest should cover:

  1. A short bio;
  2. Your involvement in the community legal sector; and
  3. Why you are interested in Done By Law and community radio.

 

Current Vacancies at Australian Community Legal Centres

For vacancies in community legal centres across Australia, go to the National Association of Community Legal Centres jobs website.

 

Law Graduate Positions

Practical Legal Training

Justice Connect

Justice Connect regularly recruits PLT students to work in both their Melbourne and Sydney offices on a full time or part time basis. Students can work with their Not-for-profit Law, Homeless Law, Seniors Law, Court Programs and Public Interest Law teams. PLT students will have a diverse experience, including direct client engagement, supporting pro bono lawyers and undertaking legal research.

For information on how to apply and what to expect from your placement, refer to the Positions available page on the Justice Connect website.

 

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