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Roma Mitchell CLC T/A Norwood Rights Centre

About Us

The Roma Mitchell Community Legal Centre is a member of SACCLS (the South Australian Council of Community Legal Services), and is located in the Norwood Human Rights Centre in the basement of the Norwood Library, 110 The Parade, Norwood , 5067. The Centre operates an EAS (Evening legal Advisory Service) on Monday and Thursday evenings. Depending on the consent of the clients and the pro bono lawyers advising on varying legal matters, law students are generally able to sit in on interviews, experiencing real life situations, as the private lawyers give legal advice to clients. Additionally, students are inducted so as better to assist in the many confidentiality and professional procedures required for the smooth running of a legal office. The Centre is also involved across the local, state-wide and national Aboriginal community in a number of mainstream and regional social projects concerning Human Rights, Aboriginal Land Rights and Indigenous Treaty, and Reconciliation.

Type of Organisation

Community Legal Centre (CLC)

Areas of law practiced

  • Wills and Estates
  • Small Business
  • Pro Bono
  • Planning/Local Government
  • Personal Injury
  • Litigation - general
  • Intellectual Property
  • Information Technology/Telecommunications/Media Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Family Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Employment Law
  • Debts/Insolvency
  • Criminal Law
  • Corporate Law
  • Conveyancing/Property
  • Competition Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Advocacy
  • Administrative Law
Residency requirements for candidates wishing to apply
  • Australian Citizens
  • Australian Permanent Residents
  • International Students with a right to work in Australia
Candidates we would like to meet
  • First year students
  • Second year students
  • Third year students
  • Penultimate year students
  • Final year students
  • Graduates
  • Postgraduate students
  • Students who have yet to commence their tertiary studies
  • Students undertaking PLT/GDLP/LAC/LPE

Diversity and Inclusion

Our organisation encourages applications from the following Diversity Groups:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • LGBTI candidates
  • Mature age candidates
  • Refugees

Programs offered

  • Pro-bono work in a non-legal setting
  • Pro-bono work in a legal setting
  • Law Student Volunteering

Student Recruitment Website

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