Street Law is a free outreach legal service for the homeless and those at risk of homelessness in Western Australia.
We will miss you Rachael!
This week, Street Law Centre farewelled solicitor and absolute CLE Wonder Woman, Rachael.
It’s difficult to put into words how much we appreciate all of the work she has done and the positive impact she has made within the service and to the community legal sector as a whole.
Rachael’s CLE skills, big picture thinking, advocacy, and commitment to justice were integral to Street Law and our service delivery 💪🏼⚖️
Although you’ll be greatly missed, we know you will be out there impacting people’s lives for the better 🤩
Rachael, thank you for all of your work and amazing contributions. We wish you nothing but the best for all of your future endeavours!
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And that’s a wrap at this years National Community Legal Centres Conference in Brisbane! What an amazing four days it has been. It’s safe to say we are feeling incredibly inspired and empowered 🙌🏼
As Pro Bono and Community superstar Nathan Kennedy from Hall & Wilcox noted this week; the rule of law means nothing without access to justice.
Access to justice is one of the many things that us CLC’s champion for, and we won’t stop now!
A massive thank you to all involved! 🥳#powerpurposepossibilities #NACLC #poweringCLCs #communitylegalcentres ... See MoreSee Less
Learning & empowering 🤓🧠
Meet Ann-Margaret & Stacey - who are enjoying the sunshine and learning lots in Brisbane at the NACLC Conference.
Make sure you let us know where you're at and say hello if you're here too 🤩
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4 weeks ago
"Why are family or friends not supporting you?"
Honest answers, real stories and real people. Thanks for sharing 👏🏽
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1 month ago
In the last quarter of the financial year, 2017-18 we did a snapshot analysis to see where our clients were sleeping.
We determined that 65% of our clients were experiencing homelessness, and 35% were at risk of homelessness.
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