Centre staff are available to address community groups and professional associations in relation to particular areas of law or the centre's services generally.
Areas of law that can be covered by our community legal education staff are:
- fencing laws
- forward planning and advance health directives
- laws relating to community organisations
- police powers and public demonstrations, particularly for young people.
Management Committee Governance Training
Caxton Legal Centre is offering free training mainly targeted at management committee members of poorly funded or unfunded incorporated associations that provide community support services. We will be discussing the relevant provisions of Queensland's Associations Incorporation Act 1981 (Qld) and Regulations, governance principles and risk management.
Please contact the Centre for more information.
The centre also has opportunities for University of Queensland law students to be involved in community legal education work through participation in the Manning Street Project. Enquiries should be directed to the UQ Pro Bono Centre.
For community legal education needs outside of these areas please communicate with staff. To arrange a presentation please contact the centre.