And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.
~ Micah 6:8 NIV

The Society was founded in the 1980’s and is the peak representative body for Christians working in the legal industry. The Society was incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 (Vic) on 15 June 2015.

Click here for a copy of our Constitution, which contains further details of the Society’s mission, vision and rules.

Mission and Vision

Our vision is:

To be passionate and united Christians, empowered by the Holy Spirit and guided by the Word, to positively and actively influence people, principles and cultures in and through the legal profession in Victoria, with the love of Christ.

Our mission is to equip, engage, support and mobilise the stakeholders in the Victorian Christian legal community.

We believe that being a legal professional is a calling from God and we value and understand the privilege that we have to serve God and the community. As the peak body representing all Christian legal professionals in Victoria, we seek to provide our members with a strong network that will enable them to follow Christ with integrity while practising in the profession.

For further details on our mission and vision, click here for a copy of our Constitution.

For details on eligibility for membership and how to join, click here.

Current Committee Members

President – David De Alwis
Vice-President -Rebekah Wong
Secretary -Joshua Davis
Treasurer – Aaron Chan
General Member – Marketing Manager – Annabelle Yap
General Member – Student Representative – Nathan Lu

Natalie Fielding is the Society representative at the CLEAR board level. Derrick Toh is CLEAR liaison.

Our Logo

Our logo is a visual representation of the Bible verse Micah 6:8, which states (in the NIV translation):

And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.

For Christian legal practitioners, this verse serves as a reminder of our role as vessels for Christ’s love, as well as the call to uphold justice in our society. The Society’s logo aims to communicate how Christian practitioners’ view of earthly justice, represented by scales, should be tempered and moulded by knowledge of God’s righteousness and mercy, which are represented by the Alpha and Omega symbols and the open Bible.

The Society’s logo was designed by Natasha Sim, the Society’s co-opt communications officer.