Community Legal Education

Community Legal Education (CLE) is a key part of Kingsford Legal Centre’s service delivery program.  It is informed by our advice and casework clinics as well as our community development work.  KLC runs an extensive program both proactive and reactive to community requests. Including:-

  • Monthly, free, plain English law sessions for community workers
  • Innovative and interactive sessions to local schools on relevant and topical issues such as #MeToo/sexual harassment and Aboriginal constitutional recognition
  • Rights at work factsheets for women in three community languages and English

Plain English Law for Community Workers

KLC provides a free monthly workshops on areas of law encountered by local community workers and organisations in plain English so that we can work together to get the best outcomes for our clients.  In 2019 we ran workshops on issues such as Legal Basics and Referrals; Working with Indigenous Communities and Debt.  If you would like to be on the mail list for these workshops email us at legal@unsw.edu.au

Family Violence/Family Law Community Legal Education

Our Family Law/Family Violence Clinic provides free community legal education workshops to our local community members as well as community workers. In 2019 we gave talks on issues such as DV and Debt, and DV and Tenancy.  If you would like us to provide your organisation with training around Domestic Violence Law email us at legal@unsw.edu.au

If you would like us to develop and deliver a community legal education session for your clients, community or staff contact us via email at legal@unsw.edu.au

    Kingsford Legal Centre acknowledges the Gadigal and Bidjigal Clans, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast.
    We respect those Elders, past and present, and thank them for allowing us to work and study on their lands

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