b'Empowerment InnovationTRAINING COMMUNITY EDUCATION:July 2018 Governance Training CCLSWA Management Committee Volunteers30 ACTIVITIES 18 RESOURCESLaw school student volunteersOutreach: In June, Allison the Office Manager October 2018 Emotional intelligence & connecting with self with Karyn Lisignoli are a vital part of our service.and Georgina our Solicitor collaborated with Its a mutually beneficial relationship. TheyGoldfields Community Legal Centre and travelled November 2018 Emotional Intelligence & connecting with others with Karyn Lisignoli gain fantastic experience, as they help us runto Kalgoorlie. We ran a series of innovate our telephone advice line, under supervision.community legal education programs in the We had 39 volunteers start with us over theformat of snakes and ladders and bingo to the November 2018 In house CLASS training community and stakeholders. year. We have an average of 3 volunteers a day. Three paralegals on a full time salaryWebinars: Over the year we have continued to November 2018 Leading towards a culture of excellence with Liz McCoy our Chair would cost CCLSWA around focus on running webinars addressing important consumer credit law topics, to keep stakeholders December 2018 Resilience with Karyn Lisignoli $186,381 up-to-date on all the latest legal issues that affects their clients:March 2019 Professional conduct training for paralegals at the quarterlies#Refreshingtheregions Webinar to Albany CLC, PRACTICAL LEGAL TRAININGPeel CLC, Goldfields CLCMarch 2019 Leading in the Law with Liz McCoy our Chair Thank you to Jessica Sheppard, Enisa Nurkovic Hot topics webinars to Financial counsellors& Storm Viall who contributed around 850 hoursin partnership with FCAWAWorking with Clients Part 1Effective Communication and plain of their PLT studies, at a market value of around June 2019 English at the quarterlies $25,000Allison and Roberta and Gemma all received valuable one on one mentoring from Karyn Lisignoli. VOLUNTEER INTERNSHIPS MediaWe continued our valuable relationship with12 newslettersthe McCusker Centre for Citizenship at UWA. Isabelle Yuen & Hsien Tang worked with usGame of Thrones Royalon outcomes measurement. This is an ongoingCommission promotion videoproject that we will implement across ourLaw Societys lawyers makeorganisation this year. a difference campaignArticle in Kalgoorlie Miner & Radio LAW REFORM PROJECT appearance on ABC in KalgoorliePidcast Interview on Banking Royal This year we ran a Law ReformCommission with Piddington Society project with funding received from Consumer Protection. Faith Cheok our previous Principal Solicitor came back to CCLSWA to run this project for us. She recruited a team of excellent interns to assist her. The team consisted of: Nic Todd, Storm Viall, Julia Henry, Amanda Hockless & Candice Robinson. In April The Law Reform Project collaborated with Regional Alliance West and Street Law Centre of WA and visited Geraldton, Mullawa, Meekatharra, Mount Magnet, & Yalgoo to report back on the consumer issues facing those areas. Then in June the Law Reform Project collaborated with Goldfields Community Legal Centre and travelled to Kalgoorlie to report on Strategic planning day with staff and board June 2019. the consumer issues affecting the community.8 CCLSWA Annual Report 2019CCLSWA Annual Report 2019 9'