Get Involved Volunteer opportunities Volunteering Volunteering at a CLC Volunteers are a crucial part of the work of community legal centres and the services they provide to the community. Volunteer assistance supports the work of paid staff and significantly increases a CLC's capacity to help. Volunteering is also a great way to make a difference in your community. The main types of volunteers include undergraduate law students, PLT students and lawyers, who are often involved in direct legal service delivery. Volunteers with a non-legal background also provide administrative support in some centres. Volunteer opportunities If you are interested in volunteering with a community legal centre you can contact the centre directly. If you are a law graduate, the Piddington Society runs the Piddington PLT course, which includes placements at Community Legal Centres in WA. Find out more about Piddington PLT here.