Eastern Community Legal Centre (ECLC) provides free legal assistance to people who live, work and study in Melbourne’s east. ECLC actively engages in law reform, and undertakes community development to educate and empower the community.
ECLC’s strategic plans set the priorities and the focus for the years ahead to help employees and other stakeholders work toward common goals that will ensure ECLC continues to deliver essential free legal and other services to communities in Melbourne’s east.
ECLC works with communities and community members living in Boroondara, Knox, Manningham, Maroondah, Whitehorse and Yarra Ranges and provides free legal and other services to people living in this region from three office locations and other outreach locations.
Become a volunteer and join the ECLC team. The very generous assistance and time given by all of ECLC’s volunteers enable it to provide the range of free essential legal and other services needed by communities in the eastern region of Melbourne.
Tell ECLC how satisfied you are with its services by completing its client satisfaction survey. The survey has 15 questions which will take you about 10 minutes to complete. Your response is confidential and will not affect your right to use ECLC services.
Client stories are real stories that show others how ECLC helps its clients. All client stories are anonymous and have no identifying information. Names and details have been changed to protect client confidentiality.
Page updated November 22, 2018
Australia’s Age Discrimination Commissioner Dr Kay Patterson AO speaking at the Eastern Community Legal Centre’s 44th Annual General Meeting on 20 November 2018 in Balwyn North