The Catholic Lawyers Guild (CLG) provides mutual support and encouragement among lawyers for the sanctification of their professional work, as well as the provision of legal assistance to the church and persons in need.
CLG’s main objectives are as follows:
- 1To function as a non-profit organization with chiefly spiritual aims, namely to assist its members, who are lawyers, or legally trained persons professing the Catholic faith, to obtain sanctity in the profession, through the practice of Christian virtues.
- 2To help newly qualified or graduated Catholic lawyers realize their profession as a noble calling of their faith.
- 3To render assistance and offer knowledge or opinion to lay persons in the matters of the Catholic faith and the law.
- 4To render assistance to the Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Singapore.
CLG Pro Bono Legal Clinics
The CLG Pro Bono Legal Clinics are located at Agape Village, St. Teresa’s Church, Church of the Divine Mercy, St. Joseph’s Church (Bukit Timah), and Church of the Holy Family. It provides legal assistance for the poor, disadvantaged and sandwiched classes to obtain advice on personal matters such as family issues, estates, employment, personal accidents, tenancy disputes, monetary claims, motor and industrial accident claims, etc.
How to Register for the CLG Pro Bono Legal Clinics?
Please register online at https://clgsingapore.com/pro-bono-legal-clinic/pro-bono-clinic-registration/ to register for an appointment to the clinics.
Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations (ABLE)
Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants & Itinerant People (ACMI)
Canossaville Children and Community Services (Canossaville)
Caritas Humanitarian Aid & Relief Initiatives Singapore (CHARIS)
Catholic Architectural Guild (CAG)
Catholic Business Network (CBN)
Catholic Family Life (CFL)
Catholic Lawyers Guild (CLG)
Catholic Medical Guild (CMG)
Catholic Nurses Guild (CNG)
Catholic Welfare Services (CWS)
Clarity Singapore Limited
Infant Jesus Homes & Children’s Centres (IJHCC)
Morning Star Community Services (MSCS)
Roman Catholic Prison Ministry (RCPM)
Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVP)
Every year, Caritas Singapore assesses the needs of its member organisations to fund programmes that serve our brothers and sisters in need. Our grant allocation takes into consideration funding gaps for underserved needs, the social mission organisation’s funding priorities, and the effectiveness and measurable impact of the charity’s programmes and services. All grant distribution decisions are announced in our annual report.