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CEED Student Jessica Vu recently completed her research at CCLSWA into credit implications of domestic violence
In late 2016, CCLSWA was pleased to partner with the Cooperative Education for Enterprise Development (CEED). CEED gives an opportunity for students to participate in […]
On 12 April 2017 the Productivity Commission released its research report entitled “Consumer Law Enforcement and Administration”. The report was the outcome of the review […]
McCusker Centre for Citizenship intern and CCLSWA volunteer paralegal Lawrence Page recently featured in the West Australian’s weekend magazine West Weekend.
Consumer Credit Legal Service (WA) is pleased to contribute to the inquiry by the Federal Senate Standing Committees on Economics on consumer protection in the […]
In 2015, the Federal Court of Australia handed down decisions in two separate cases that found that Jetstar Airways and Virgin Australia had separately contravened […]
In the February edition of the FOS Circular, Chief Ombudsman Shane Tregillis spoke about FOS’ busy start to 2017. Mr Tregillis highlighted the importance of […]
This month’s newsletter is all about Telcos – read about the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman and how a recent client received an unexpected bill for not […]
June 15th marks the United Nations World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. It is the main day in the year when the world voices its opposition […]
Bankwest recently discovered that approximately 10,800 of its customers had been overcharged almost $5 million in interest due to an error in linking offset accounts […]
Eamonn Bochat, who volunteered with CCLSWA between 2014 and 2016 was recently admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia. Eamonn volunteered with […]
CCLSWA signs as co-signatory to joint consumer submission on Design and Distribution Obligations and Product Intervention Power
The Consumer Action Law Centre (Vic) recently coordinated a response to the Proposal Paper on Design and Distribution Obligations (DADO) and Product Intervention Power (PIP) […]
Late last year the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) accepted an enforceable undertaking from payday lender Cash Converters that would see it pay over […]
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CCLSWA offers interactive workshops to community legal centres, financial counsellors, community groups, and community worker organisations in Western Australia. These workshops discuss important topics associated […] read more...
Radio Show: Heritage FM
CCLSWA’s principal solicitor, Faith Cheok, is a regular guest on the James Wray Show broadcast on the Perth based radio station Heritage FM 107.3.read more...
Make a Change
CCLSWA is committed to improving the rights of consumers of financial services and consumer goods through policy and law reform. In 2013 – 14 staff […] read more...
CCLSWA offers legal education seminars to Years 10, 11 & 12 students in Western Australia. These seminars aim at empowering students to make better financial […] read more...