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Community Legal Centres NSW Inc. (CLCNSW) is the peak body for CLCs in NSW. CLCNSW has 40 member organisations including generalist and specialist CLCs...[More]

What CLCs do

Community Legal Centres (CLCs) are independent community organisations providing equitable and accessible legal services. NSW CLCs work for the public interest, particularly for disadvantaged and marginalised people and communities...[More]

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Our Programs


Aboriginal Legal Access Program

CLCNSW receives funding from the Public Purpose Fund to run the CLCNSW Aboriginal Legal Access Program (ALAP) (currently funded until 30 June 2014)...[More]

SECTOR Development Program

The Public Purpose Fund has funded the CLCNSW Sector Development Program up to June 2014...[More]

Advocacy and Human Rights Program

CLCs advocate for reform to unjust laws, policies, and practices. CLCs also advocate for a fairer legal system for disadvantaged people in NSW...[More]


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News

Vulnerable and disadvantaged put at risk by pending funding cuts - March 2017

Pending Federal funding cuts to community legal centres across Australia will put some of the most vulnerable people in the country at further risk of harm. Community Legal Centres NSW is calling on the Federal Government to commit to reversing the cuts, in light of support from the NSW Attorney General and commitments from the Labor Party.

Labor support for community legal centres a welcome start - February 2017

CLCNSW Budget Submission 2017-2018 - February 2017

Ensure people with disability have free legal advice - December 2015

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