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 […]
Appointment Solicitor (Fixed Term) Central Coast Community Legal Centre welcomes Lee Warneke to their team. Lee joined the team to provide cover for parental leave (6-months). Lee has experience in Aboriginal Legal Services and Refugee Advocacy and Casework. Lee has an unfailing energy and commitment to social justice and is a great fit for our […]
We hope you have had a peaceful start to 2018 and want to let you know that as of 9 January 2018, our office is open and ready to help those that need some free legal advice. We provide confidential, free information and advice about most common legal problems, either on the phone or in person, […]
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 […]
Ryan Flippence has been appointed to the role of Senior Solicitor. Ryan has been with Central Coast Community Legal Centre since 2015. Ryan has a wealth of experience in our team and has an unfailing commitment to the staff and her work at the Centre. Ryan will Act in the role Principal Solicitor whilst Olenka […]
Bradley Williams has been appointed to the role of Solicitor. Bradley completed his Practical Legal Training at Central Coast Community Legal Centre and more recently has been running our outreach clinics at Wyong Local Court. Bradley has a passion for social justice and our work. Bradley is a welcome addition to our team.
The Central Coast Community Legal Centre may lose more than $120 000 in funding in 2017. This is due to the Federal Government cutting the national funding of community legal centres by 30% in 2017. For more information, go to the Community Law Australia website.