The Community Legal Service Information System (CLSIS) database has been used for data collection by Community Legal Services across Australia since 2003 and is a requirement of the funding Service Level Agreement. Data is collected about clients, their legal matters, and the advice and casework services provide, as well as Projects undertaken by centres. Information collected can provide centres with detailed demographic and social data useful for planning, accountability and lobbying purposes.
CLSIS Help-desk, Training and Support:
03 9754 1611
03 9015 9337
A list of training dates and a link to register is available for CLCs on the NACLC Members' Page.