Coming Up: NSW Law Week

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Law Week NSW 2022 is happening between 16-22 May. WSCLC has prepared a series of events for the community to participate and learn more about our legal systems and issues.

Starting on 16 May, WSCLC is delivering a talk about legal problem-spotting for community workers. All community and social workers are welcome to join this free online event. The talk will discuss on identifying common legal issues, recognizing free legal services available in the community and learning about effective free referral to a free legal service. The event will be held from 1pm-2pm through Zoom. Register your interest here today!

With social media becoming the dominate communication platform, WSCLC recognises the rising legal issues involving the increasing use of social media in recent years. Join us on Wednesday 18 May to know more on how to use social media safely and avoid potential legal problems. You can join us either through Zoom or meet us at Headspace in Castle Hill from 5:30pm – 6:30pm. Click here to register your interest!

Our Multicultural Legal Service is also holding three face to face and online talks on “Safe Relationships” on the 17, 24 and 26 May. Come meet us and know more about achieving a healthy relationship and what to do if issues arise:

  • Tuesday 17 May 2022 from 11:30am – 12:30pm at Auburn Library
  • Tuesday 24 May from 11:30am – 12:30pm at Granville Library
  • Thursday 26 May from 11:30am – 12:30pm at Merrylands Library

If you would like to join us on Zoom, register through following links:

Our Multicultural Legal Service will also run a free legal advice clinic at each location before every talk. Discuss your issues with one of our solicitors from 9:30am – 11:30am. Click below to register:

All events are free to join. We hope to see you there!


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