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Solicitor - Cairns Community Legal Centre

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  • Expression of Interest

About Cairns Community Legal Centre

The Cairns Community Legal Centre (CCLC) is a non-profit, government-funded community organisation, committed to providing accessible legal and social justice services for people in the community experiencing disadvantage.

The Centre extends its services across a range of areas of law including guardianship, domestic violence, peace and good behaviour matters, consumer law, credit, debt, motor vehicle property damage, discrimination, human rights, family law, child protection, and criminal and traffic matters.

This work is provided for a diverse range of clients including people with disabilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, those experiencing domestic or family violence, financial difficulties and homelessness.

Is it right for you?

The Cairns Community Legal Centre is open to seeking Expressions of Interest from Solicitors who want to make a difference.

In order to be eligible to work as a Solicitor at the Centre, you must hold a Bachelor of Laws Degree and have (or be eligible for) admission as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland with a current practising certificate.

The Cairns Community Legal Centre is looking for individuals with all levels of experience - a passion for helping those who are disadvantaged and in need is however a must!

Working at CCLC is a rewarding experience, where you will directly see each day, the positive impact the work you are doing is having on the local community.

How to apply

Ready to register your interest?

Fill out the questions via the link below and tell us how you would add value to Cairns Community Legal Centre.

For further information or to apply for this position, please click here: applynow.net.au/jobs/118595.

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