Both in its core services and project activities, the NCYLC is sponsored by a host of organisations. The Centre welcomes and acknowledges the support of our partners.


King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) is our strongest supporter from the private legal profession and has continued its longstanding commitment to the Centre in a variety of innovative and important ways. Last year saw the rollout of the National Cyber Volunteer Project which has provided the Centre with KWM staff members as volunteers in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra and Perth. And we continue to welcome the wonderful contributions of our KWM Placement Lawyers.

The Commonwealth Attorney General's Department is our principal source of funding and currently our only confirmed recurrent source of funding. In the last few years, each of the Attorneys General (Philip Ruddock in the Howard Government and Robert McClelland in the Rudd Government) has demonstrated his commitment to the work of the Centre by making special grants to the Centre.

The University of New South Wales has continued to provide the Centre with valuable and strategic accommodation to the Centre for over twelve years.

Sparke Helmore, as part of its pro bono and community engagement scheme 'SHARE', agreed to provide lawyers on periodic secondment to NCYLC to assist in research and drafting in August 2011. The program was piloted for three months, and as a result of its success has continued to the present.


The NCYLC thanks King & Wood Mallesons, the Attorney-General, the University of New South Wales and Sparke Helmore for their ongoing support.