We are ethical, respectful, informed and committed to achieving equality and social justice for our community.
We believe in educating lawyers to respect and understand the needs of the vulnerable communities we serve.
> We work to increase access to justice for people experiencing disadvantage.
> We advocate around the values of social justice and human rights.
> We collaborate and work in partnership with our community.
> We deliver high quality legal services and community legal education.
> We argue for systemic change that increases fairness for disadvantaged people.
> We teach UNSW Law & Justice students by providing them with real world opportunities to improve the
lives of people and communities.
Our Theory of Change
Kingsford Legal Centre believes that a fairer legal system means removing barriers to justice
especially for people who experience disadvantage.
We believe that a fairer legal system requires systemic change to achieve social justice and
protect human rights.
We recognise the impact of colonisation and racism on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People’s
interaction with justice systems as well as the ways in which gender discrimination and intersectional
experience impacts on people’s access to justice.