WSCLC Farewells HWL Ebsworth Graduates

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This week Western Sydney Community Legal Centre said goodbye to the HWL Ebsworth graduates seconded to our service since the start of April 2021. During their stay, the graduates worked across the Community Legal Centre Program (CLCP) and the Home Building Advocacy Service (HoBAS). They assisted our intake team managing incoming enquiries, attended local courts across Western Sydney with our Traffic Duty Service, helped create community legal education presentations, and completed countless other legal tasks across the Centre.  

We would like to thank HWL Ebsworth for including us this initiative, and the 8 graduates who were with us during this rotation:  

  • Taylah Spirovski  
  • James Evans  
  • Rhiannon Esau  
  • Vanessa Samaras 
  • Sarah Stamp  
  • Vijay Utheyan  
  • Stephanie Spasenovska 
  • Joseph Chigwidden  

This rotation of graduates was truly outstanding and we hope that they all learnt a bit about Western Sydney and community law before continuing their promising careers. We look forward to welcoming our next rotation of graduates in the coming weeks.  

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