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Are you interested in progressive law reform?

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter, the Law Reform Bulletin, where we present groundbreaking analysis from community legal experts and advocate for progressive change. The Bulletin also features updates in First Nations justice, groundbreaking research, and the ways that you can get involved in agitating for social justice in Australia.

Everyone is welcome to subscribe. You can catch up on past articles here.

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Have you recently started working at a community legal centre? Sign up to Off the Record

Every fortnight we produce a newsletter, Off the Record, and send it to everyone who works at community legal centres across the state. Off the Record features stories from our sector, key updates, job listings, First Nations justice updates, and invites to events.

To subscribe, send us an email with your name, the organisation you work for and your job title to offtherecord@clcnsw.org.au. Please note Off the Record is not available for public subscription, only for people who work in the community legal sector in New South Wales. 

Join a Network or Working Group

Community legal centre networks meet at each Quarterly event to coordinate advocacy, share tips and experiences, provide peer support in complex areas, hear from guest presenters on relevant issues, and develop joint strategies for improving clients' experiences of the justice system. Please note, these groups are only open for people who work or volunteer at community legal centres.

The network discusses current operational issues for centres.
Good communications can change hearts and minds. This network discusses strategies, lessons and challenges in media engagement, storytelling, messaging, and social media for community legal centres.
This newly-convened group will work in a community of practice model.
The network discusses issues affecting domestic and family violence and victims compensation policies and legislation. It makes recommendations to government and non-government bodies.
The network discusses issues in employment and discrimination.
In the midst of the Black Lives Matter uprising, we were presented with a number of tangible areas where community legal centres are able to support Aboriginal communities’ fight for justice. This group is a place where we can share experience and knowledge about how we can better support and engage in First Nations justice work, and keep us accountable for the commitments we've made and continue to make going forward.
This newly-convened network is not just for centres with health justice partnerships. The way we work in community legal centres -client focussed and in collaboration with other stakeholders - is central to the success of health justice partnerships.
This network discusses strategies for law and policy reform.
This network is for staff who visit clients in prison, work for, or have an interest in prisoners’ rights to share their experience, discuss current issues and contribute to policy development.

The network discusses issues involved in providing services in regional, rural and remote areas.
This network discusses legal issues that affect young people. 
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