More RLC in the Media

RLC in the media: Proposed laws unlikely to stamp out exploitation of underpaid workers, says legal experts
9 March 2017 Current student visas prevent international students from working more than 40-hours-per fortnight while studying. RLC argues that this makes student workers vulnerable to exploitation. We have submitted a proposal to the Migrant...
RLC in the Media: expert panel responds to 18C Inquiry Report
28 February 2017 On 28 February radio 2SER convened a panel of legal and human rights experts to dissect findings the 18C Inquiry Report, tabled in Parliament on 28 February 2017.
RLC in the Media: workplace exploitation of international students
21 February 2017 Our International Students' Solicitor Sean Stimpson speaks to Anton Crace from The PIE (UK) about RLC's work to prevent the exploitation of international students in the workplace.
RLC in the media: debt recovery and legal bullying
24 January 2017 RLC's Credit and Debt Solicitor Will Dwyer speaks  journalist Barry McKay about tactics employed by organisations seeking to recover debt and strategies that people can use to deal with these types of situations.
RLC in the Media: overloaded community legal centres forced to turn people away at Christmas
27 December 2016 While most workplaces around the country slow down for the Christmas break, seasonal spike in family violence, as well as tenancy and workplace disputes mean that community legal centres are often at their busiest during the holiday...
RLC on ABC's Background Briefing
10 October 2016 RLC's Millers Point Tenants' Advocates spoke to Background Briefing's Ann Arnold about the sale of landmark social housing in Sydney and the resulting consequences for long term tenants.  
RLC in the Guardian: Consumer groups urge change to lease laws after hidden costs target the poor
23 September 2016 RLC's Credit and Debt Solicitor, Will Dwyer, spoke with the Guardian about the risks of consumer leases.
RLC in the Australian: Limited redress for exploitation of foreign students
14 September 2016 Casting a light on rampant exploitation has done little to erase the problems encountered by international students, according to one of the few legal services available to them.
RLC in the Australian: Lifeline for student legal service
9 September 2016 A unique free legal service for international students has been given another lifeline as part of a NSW government funding package worth more than a quarter of a million dollars.
RLC on Australia Wide
20 August 2016 RLC's Employment and Discrimination Solicitor, Linda Tucker, speaks to Australia Wide about the exploitation of student interns.