‘Keeping Them Honest – How community legal centres can better use strategic casework to enhance institutional accountability’

Source: Consumer Action Law Centre

The 2014/2015 Community Legal Centre Fellow, Agata Wierzbowski (Consumer Action Law Centre), joined La Trobe Law School in January 2015 to work on a research project on strategic casework in community legal centres in Victoria. Agata will be hosted by the school for the duration of the project and work closely with Professor Mary Anne Noone, the coordinator of the Clinical Legal Education Program at La Trobe Law School. Agata’s research project will take her to community legal centres around Australia and the world to discuss and observe how they practice strategic casework focused on institutional accountability. To follow the progress of her research project check out the Keeping Them Honest blog.

Marc Trabsky