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Law Week - 20 to 26 May 2024

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LCLC Newsletter April 2024

Please click here to view our April 2024 Newsletter.

After-Hours Clinic to recommence on 15 February 2024

We are pleased to have recruited some additional volunteer lawyers to staff our After-Hours Clinic. This will enable us to double the capacity of the clinic this year. The clinic will recommence on 14 February 2024 at 5:30pm. Appointments are available at 5:30pm and 6:15pm. Click here for our contact details if you want to make a booking. 

Plea for Launceston lawyers to donate time next year to those in need

The Launceston Community Legal Centre is seeking help from private lawyers to volunteer their time to assist the vulnerable and disadvantaged by being part of our After-Hours Advice Clinic in 2024.

Launceston Community Legal Centre has, for many years, operated a free, after-hours, face to face legal advice clinic for those who cannot afford to see a private lawyer. Its success is dependent…

NLAP client survey

LCLC is required survey its clients every two years. If you have received assistance from our service between 13 November 2023 and 27 November 2023, we request that you complete this anonymous survey. The results will assist us to continue to improve our services and ensure we are meeting our funding requirements.

LCLC Annual General Meeting 2023

The Launceston Community Legal Centre Inc will hold its AGM on Wednesday 27 September 2023. It is open to all members, current and those who wish to become members. The AGM location is Peppers Silo, Launceston. The AGM will commence at 7am and conclude by 8:30am, with breakfast to be provided. All members will need to renew their membership at, or prior to, the AGM by completing…

Voice referendum

Inform yourself about the Voice referendum proposal - and separate fact from fiction

Come and work for us

We are currently recruiting to fill two positions at our Centre

Information Sheet - Private Car Sale Scam

In recent months, the Launceston Community Legal Centre has seen a concerning increase in the number of clients who have fallen victim to a scam involving the private sale of vehicles. The scam can impact both sellers and buyers of cars, motor bikes, etc, and often leaves them with a considerable financial loss.