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There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats it’s children
— Nelson Mandela


We are experienced lawyers and consultants passionate about creating a more just and safe society for vulnerable children and young people. We work exclusively within the child protection, out of home care and disability service sector.

The core focus of CP Partnerships is working with organisations providing child protection, out-of-home-care and disability services to children and young people.  We work with government and non-government providers. We focus on working with clients to build better systems and strengthen organisational capacity to provide effective, safe and strong services and supports to children and young people.

Our clients work in an extremely sensitive, highly regulated, and often changing sector.  


What we do

Our services include assistance with;

  • Assessments, Investigations and Reviews

  • Advice, Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Inquests and Inquiries

  • Compliance, Accreditation and Registration as a service provider

  • Tenders, Contracts & Agreements

  • Tailored Training and workshop facilitation

  • Development and implementation of systems, policies and procedure

Helping children CP Partnerships

How we help

The core focus of our work is to assist organisations build their capacity to provide valuable, safe and effective services to children, young people, their families, carers and communities

Helping Hands CP Partnerships

How we help

We also work to assist individuals dealing with issues of abuse and neglect and related matters


Boardroom and beyond

We have the essential knowledge, skills and experience gained from working for government, non-government  organisations, as well as directly in front line roles with children, young people, their families, carers and communities. 

And we are as happy working to find a solution to our clients’ issues sitting in a slick city office as we are sitting in the dirt, under the shade of an old tree in remote communities.