Who we are
Justice Connect's Not-for-profit Law program provides free and affordable specialist legal help for not-for-profit organisations and social enterprises. We give community organisations the legal supports they need so that they can spend more time and energy realising their purpose. We prevent legal problems through plain language resources and education, and provide access to free lawyers when organisations need specialist legal advice.
We don't stop at providing legal support to those who need it most; we advocate for better laws. Leveraging our insights, evidence and expertise, we help challenge and change laws to improve the regulatory environment for not-for-profit organisations.
We're a charity ourselves, with over 10 years of experience, so we understand the context in which not-for-profit organisations operate. We know that complying with complex laws can be daunting. That’s why we provide timely and appropriate legal support – to help community organisations make sense of the law, stay legally compliant and achieve good governance.
By delivering our legal services and building the capabilities of volunteers, board members and staff, we empower stronger and more effective community organisations.
How we help
Training for not-for-profit organisations
About Justice Connect
Not-for-profit Law is a program of Justice Connect. In the face of rising levels of unmet legal need, Justice Connect designs and delivers high-impact interventions to increase access to legal support and progress social justice.
Meet the Not-for-profit Law team
Our team members are passionate, qualified lawyers and other specialists with sector expertise.
Sue Woodward AM
Head of Not-For-Profit Law
Manager – Training & Enterprise
Online Services Manager
Linh Le Hume
Senior Lawyer, Local Aboriginal Land Council Service
Online Services and Content Coordinator