Expressions of interest (EOIs) are called for the above opportunity from law graduates enrolled in an accredited practical legal training program with the Law Society NSW or from Law Students. 

Applicants must be willing to commit 2 days per week for a minimum of 40 days and have have an interest in social justice issues and the law, and a desire to work with disadvantaged people.

Please explore the rest of our website for more information about our service, and the areas of law we cover.

EOIs should include your resume, a copy of your academic transcript and information about any experience you have had in a Community Legal Centre, or other service for socially disadvantaged people.

Submit your EOI to Skye Flemming and Beau Cummins, Admin/Volunteer Coordinators by emailing admin@ctbmclc.org.au


We are currently seeking experienced solicitors who might be interested in volunteering a couple of hours on a weekly or fortnightly basis to provide advice.

Appointments are likely to be for matters such as general civil law, credit and debt, discrimination, traffic, minor crime, wills and estates and employment law. Appointments would only be booked with solicitors who have the relevant experience in that area of law.

For more information about volunteering with us at either our Orange or Katoomba offices please email:

Skye Flemming or Beau Cummins in our Katoomba office admin@ctbmclc.org.au

Or Meagan Kay at our Orange office admin_orange@ctbmclc.org.au


We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which we work, the Darug, Gundungurra and Wiradjuri nations. We pay respect to past, present and future Elders, extending this respect to all Aboriginal people. We respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of our regions. CTBMCLC is is committed to honouring Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.