Member Services

With the support of annual project grants, NACLC is able to provide a range of free and subsidised services and resources to CLCs. A list of the range of services NACLC provides to the CLC sector can be found here;

 

NACLC Members Page

This page is for Community Legal Centres only, and is password protected. If you are from a CLC and require a password, please contact NACLC on 02 9264 9595.

Accreditation (SPP)

The NACLC Accreditation Scheme has been developed to provide an industry based certification process for Community Legal Centres (CLCs) that will support and give recognition to good practice in the delivery of community legal services.

CLASS

The Community Legal Assistance Services System (CLASS) is the replacement application for the Community Legal Services Information System (CLSIS).

CLEAR database

The Community Legal Education and Reform Database contains information about community legal education, community development and law reform projects undertaken by Australian Community Legal Centres. moreInsurances

NACLC manages and coordinates a number of insurance schemes for the benefit of CLCs.

Legal Health Check

The Legal Health Check is an online legal screening tool developed by the Queensland Public Interest Law Clearing House (QPILCH) for NACLC, with funding provided by the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department (AGD).

Legal Needs Assessment Framework

The Legal Needs Assessment Framework and its associated Strategic Planning Toolkit are powerful new tools which allow CLCs to estimate and analyse legal need in the context of disadvantage in their communities. Improved understanding of legal need allows for evidence-based strategic planning for targeted CLC service delivery and evidence-based argument for the activities of CLCs in funding submissions.

Management Support Online (MSO)

NACLC Management Support Online (MSO) is a web-based integrated set of services and resources being provided by NACLC to member Community Legal Centres.

Online Legal Resources for CLCs

With the assistance of grants from the Attorney-General’s Department, NACLC provides all CLCs with access to over 90 different online legal publications and databases via subscriptions from LexisNexis.

Professional Legal Training (PLT) in Regional, Rural and Remote Australia

This project introduces law graduates seeking Professional Legal Training (PLT) placements, to legal assistance services in regional, rural and remote Australia.  Law graduates provide valuable help to regional communities, whilst being supervised by an experienced Solicitor.