Volunteer with CLCP!

Applications Open Clc Volunteers (1200 X 800 Px)

Western Sydney Community Legal Centre’s CLCP team is recruiting for law students to volunteer with us and an additional 1 – 2 volunteers interested in completing their Practical Legal Training.

Your work will help clients from a range of backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, persons with a disability, victims of domestic violence, those facing financial hardship, and individuals who are culturally and linguistically diverse. The successful applicants will be hard working, strong communicators with a passion for social justice. Volunteering with WSCLC is a great opportunity to gain essential skills and build a career in the community legal sector.

We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Applications close on Friday 28 January 2022 at 5:00pm.

Click below for the full role descriptions and information on how to apply:

Volunteer Students 

PLT Placements 

Any enquiries about the positions can be directed to [email protected].

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