Community legal education

ECLC provides compassionate, understanding, culturally sensitive and non-judgmental legal education sessions for community groups and services.

ECLC provides Community Legal Education (CLE) on a range of topics, including:

  • Family Law
  • Family Violence and Intervention Orders
  • Youth and the Law
  • Resolving neighbourhood disputes
  • Common legal issues for older people
  • The legal system and legal rights / how a community legal centre can help
  • Other topics as identified by groups, agencies and communities

Requirements for delivering a community legal education session, include:

  • At least 4 weeks notice
  • A minimum of 6 people (clients/community members). The agency or group must confirm 1 week prior to their session that they have the required number of participants.

If ECLC is unable to deliver a workshop as requested, the Centre can provide alternative options and/or information to interested groups or agencies.

Download a CLE Application Form (PDF or Word) and return to the nearest ECLC office, or contact the office to discuss your requirements with a Community Development Worker.

ECLC works with the community in a range of ways. For more information, please refer to ECLC’s CLE factsheet.

 

Page updated November 21, 2016
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