Consumer Credit Legal Service (WA) Inc. will be closed from 5:00pm Friday 21st of December 2018 and will reopen 9am Monday 7th January 2019. If you require urgent legal advice over this period you may wish to contact Legal Aid WA on 1300 650 579, please note Legal Aid WA will be closed on all public holidays. We wish you all the best for the Christmas period and over the New year.
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The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has officially started receiving complaints. From 1 November 2018, AFCA will provide free, fast and binding dispute resolution to […]
Gemma is the Managing Solicitor at CCLSWA. In 2007, Gemma migrated from England to study law at the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle, where […]
Graduating in the UK with a combined Human Resources and Psychology degree, Allison has worked in Community Development for over ten years. Migrating to Australia […]
Faith went to law school in Singapore, at the National University of Singapore. Since her admission in 1990, Faith has worked in a variety of […]
Roberta is a senior solicitor at CCLSWA. Roberta attended the National University of Ireland, Galway and graduated in 1999 with a B.Comm (Honours) degree and […]
Prachi joined CCLSWA as a solicitor in April 2016. Before joining CCLSWA, Prachi worked as a solicitor in a large corporate law firm in Perth, […]
Georgina is a solicitor at CCLSWA. Georgina graduated with a combined degree of Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Arts from The University of Melbourne in […]
Linda is a solicitor at CCLSWA. Linda graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Arts from the University of Western Australia in 1998 and was […]
Sara is a solicitor at CCLSWA. Sara attended the University of Western Australia and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of […]
David is a solicitor at CCLSWA. He started as a paralegal in August 2018 and was admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in […]
Georgia is a paralegal at CCLSWA. She started as a volunteer in October 2017 and then completed her Practical Legal Training in 2018. Georgia attended […]
Andrew started as a volunteer at CCLS(WA) in April 2016 and assumed the role of Legal Admin Assistant in October 2017. Andrew is currently […]
CCLSWA is pleased to have contributed to a joint submission coordinated by the Financial Rights Legal Centre to the Attorney-General’s Department Review of Financial Hardship […]
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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...