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Our Leadership Team

Su-Hsien Lee

Chief Executive Officer

Su originally practiced law before actively moving into the disability sector.  She has extensive experience in the community, not for profit sector and has predominantly focused on systemic advocacy, policy, and capability development with people with disability, their families, and service providers.  Su has utilised her legal knowledge and skills throughout her career.  She is passionate about social justice and human rights, completing post graduate qualifications in Human Rights Practice. 


Su grounds her work in doing what she can to contribute to and facilitate people living good lives in the community, believing in people’s natural authority over their own lives.

Nicholas (Nik) Snare

Principal Solicitor

Nik was admitted to practice law in the ACT in 2008 before moving to Perth to work in the community legal sector. Since 2010 Nik has worked in various community legal roles at the Mental Health Law Centre and Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia, primarily in criminal law including as a duty lawyer at metropolitan, regional and remote Courts.

Nik started at the Northern Suburbs Community Legal Centre in 2015 as a generalist lawyer working in family, civil and criminal law including as a respondent duty lawyer with NSCLC’s Restraining Orders and Respondents (ROAR) program.

Nik is now the principal solicitor overseeing NSCLC’s legal practice in generalist law, tenancy, Older People’s Rights Service (OPRS) and our Women’s Resource and Engagement Network (WREN). Nik is a nationally accredited mediator

Clare Meyers

Governance and Projects Manager

Clare has worked in the not for profit, local and state government sectors for almost 30 years.  Her background includes working with various culturally, socially and financially vulnerable people in a range of settings, including community legal, disability, mental health, aged care, childcare, education, LGBTIQ communities, CALD communities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in metro, regional and remote areas, as well as project management and funding/contract management.

Clare has an active interest in policy, procedure, evaluation, customer service and continuous improvement in supporting community members and groups, with a Master’s Degree in International and Community Development, Post Graduate Diploma of Education and a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education.

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