Staff

Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre (CLC) and Goulburn Valley CLC employ talented and committed staff who work together to deliver justice in Central Victoria and the Goulburn Valley. (Goulburn Valley CLC is a division of Loddon Campaspe CLC.)

See our Employment page for current job opportunities.

Hayley Mansfield

Hayley Mansfield – Executive Officer
Hayley joined us after working at the Bendigo and District Aboriginal Co-operative where she was the General Manager, Family and Community Services. She has previously worked with the Brotherhood of St Laurence, Baptcare and the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. She is a proud Tanganikeld and Ramindjeri woman and looks forward to implementing our first Reconciliation Action Plan and working alongside local Aboriginal communities to ensure we deliver a culturally safe environment and increase our impact with aboriginal communities.

Clare SauroClare Sauro – Principal Lawyer
Clare grew up locally and was excited by the opportunity to return and contribute to her local community by leading Loddon Campaspe CLC’s le­gal practice. Clare previously worked as a lawyer with Slater and Gordon Lawyers and as a lawyer and educator with the North Australian Aborigi­nal Justice Agency in Darwin. She has also volunteered both overseas and in Australia with Non-Government Organisations, international Courts and community legal centres. She is a qualified mediator and believes in the importance of community development principles that respect clients, take a client-centred approach and involve working collaboratively with other services.

Lindy HarlandLindy Harland – Legal Practice Manager
Lindy was admitted to legal practice in 2009 at the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory. She worked in the Northern Territory for the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) from 2009 to 2015 in crime and civil practice. In this time, she spent four years at NAAJA’s Nhulunbuy office in Arnhem Land. Lindy went on to work for Aged and Disability Advocacy Australia as a guardianship advocate. She joined Loddon Cam­paspe CLC in 2017 as our Health-Justice Partnership Lawyer. In 2018, she stepped into Clare Sauro’s role when Clare went on maternity leave. Lindy is passionate about working in the family violence space, and working with people with a disability or impaired capacity.

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