Community Legal Centres are about Justice, Access and Community
We provide legal advice, assistance and referral to community members who might otherwise not get the help the deserve. Each year, hundreds of people access our network of centres located across metropolitan and rural South Australia. At each centre qualified solicitors, legal advisors and support staff will take the time to explain your legal obligations, your rights and your options.
Our generalist centres provide free initial consultations on various legal matters for people who live or work in the geographical area. Specialist centres are focused on a particular legal area (like child support) or assisting a certain group of people (like indigenous or youth). Most of our centres do not charge for services provided - we encourage not-for-profit independence, but each service has its own charging policy.
- What we do
- Who can use our centres?
- Services provided
- How do I choose a legal centre which can assist me?
- How to find a centre that can help you
Please note: The Council is not a legal service.
If you require legal advice please search for a Community Legal Centre closest to you.