CLCP Annual Planning Day

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On Friday 2 July the WSCLC Community Legal Centre Program took the opportunity to step back and reflect on the 2020-21 financial year, evaluating what we did well as a service and planning out how we will improve our service delivery this coming financial year. Despite the lockdown restrictions, we were able to come together virtually for this event. 

During the last financial year, our CLCP team has been focusing on more targeted and specialised  legal service delivery including our Family Law Service, Outreach Service, and Multicultural Legal Service. We have also expanded our Aboriginal Legal Access Program to include a solicitor dedicated to working solely with Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander clients, and begun our Local Court Duty Service at Blacktown, Penrith, Parramatta, Mount Druitt and Windsor. The last year has also seen our partnerships with community organisations and service providers grow since the easing of COVID restrictions.  

Overall, we were grateful for the opportunity to connect virtually, and are excited to continue growing our presence and connection with the Western Sydney community.  

For the year ahead, we are focused on continuing to develop our service delivery through technology while managing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope to build on our existing partnerships and establish new ones across the catchment, while making our services more timely and accessible.  

Thank you to all of our staff who attended and contributed. We would also like to thank all of our partners and stakeholders for their support over the past year, including the CLCP team at Legal Aid who are crucial to the work we do.  

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