Free legal help for people on the Central Coast

Central Coast Community Legal Centre

We are a not-for-profit community based service which seeks to provide free and accessible legal services to community groups and individuals who live, work or study or on the Central Coast of New South Wales. We are one of almost 200 such services operating throughout Australia. Our Centre works in collaboration with other Community Legal Centres, Legal Aid NSW, community organisations and private solicitors. The Centre is part of a National Association of Community Legal Centres committed to social justice and defending human rights. Community Legal Centres are funded by a variety of funding bodies including the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department, Legal Aid Commission, NSW Public Purpose Fund, Legal Aid NSW, The Office for Women’s Policy and the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet.

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May 13, 2018

LAW WEEK 2018

This week Central Coast Community Legal Centre is celebrating Law Week. Law week  is a nationwide initiative to promote community awareness and understanding of the law, the legal system and the legal profession. It’s a wonderful opportunity for Central Coast CLC to promote our free resources and services to our community. Listen out for Bobbi Murray, Aboriginal Access […]

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October 23, 2017

New Video: AVO’s: What, How & Going to Court

Got an AVO? Know someone who does? Lost and confused at court? At Central Coast CLC, we are proud to launch our brand new video resource about Apprehended Violence Orders. This video explains in everyday English what an AVO is, how to get one, what to do if one is taken out against you and […]

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June 29, 2017

Help Us to Care for Community and Fight for Justice this EOFY!

Dear Friend Make a tax deductible donation to us now and help your local community Right now, hundreds of people in the Central Coast community are missing out on the help they need to solve a legal problem. People living below the poverty line, people with a disability, people who have been evicted from their […]

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