Webinars and events

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Emergence: Our stories in the next decade is the theme for a series of events and collaborations in 2020 and 2021 culminating in the next National CLCs Conference planned for August 2022. Read more about our theme.

This year we continue to facilitate and co-design online opportunities for professional development, networking, up-skilling and strategic discussions. At the same time, we create a shared space for reflection and support so that we can process the experiences and lessons we are learning as a sector.  We are also planning to start integrating some small in-person events later this year, COVID-19 restrictions permitting.

We invite you to join our webinar series, co-created in collaboration with our colleagues and partners across the legal assistance sector as well as other allies. Click on the webinar titles to see details and register.

Join us for the latest webinar in CLCs Australia’s The Fun(damentals) of ICT series, delivered by expert guest-presenter, Marcus Harvey (Digital Transformation Manager), from Infoxchange. Infoxchange is a not-for-profit social enterprise dedicated to tackling social challenges using smart and creative technology. 

At this webinar, you’ll learn about:  

  • The new Digital Transformation Hub resource for non-profits – and why it is useful 

  • IT strategy fundamentals – a vision for the future and a plan to get there 

  • How Community Legal Centres can access free resources including hardware, software, technology improvement guides, capability assessments, advice and more! 

Participants will gain:  

  • Expert insights from an IT guru on developing an IT Strategy, tailored for Community Legal Centres 

  • Top technology tips  

  • Insights in using reducing costs via non-profit technology  

  • Tips to enable staff to work remotely in our new COVID-normal world 


  • Sophie Souchon, Digital Transformation Consultant, Infoxchange 
  • Reza Torkman, Senior Digital Transformation Consultant, Infoxchange 


Facilitator: Samuel Martin, ICT Support Officer – CLCs Australia  

Date and time: 22 September, 1:00-2:00pm AEST 

Register now 

This conference, organised by Rebellious Lawyers Australia, aims to bring together lawyers, law students, community organisers and storytellers to explore how we can transform the Australian legal profession to better support communities and grassroots movements for systemic change. The conference will explore different approaches to lawyering in support of communities and movements.






Just some of the speakers include: 

  • Vince Warren, Executive Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, leading expert on racial injustice and international educator in movement lawyering
  • Megan Davis, Cobble Cobble woman, Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous UNSW and expert in Human Rights and Constitutional Law
  • Debbie Kilroy, CEO SistersInside
  • Marbre Stahly-Butts, Executive Director of Law for Black Lives
  • Jennifer Robinson, Human rights lawyer and founder of Bertha Justice Initiative
  • Larissa Behrendt, Eualeyai/Kamillaroi lawyer, author and filmmaker and Director of Research at the Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning UTS
  • Speakers from the Our Island Our Home campaign.

Follow the Conference on Twitter @ReblawA & Instagram reblaw_australia to receive updates. 

Full program and tickets

More info coming soon.