- Family Law
- Civil matters
-Minor Criminal Matters
- Employment Law
- Social Security
- Elder Abuse Unit
- Pro Bono Lawyers
- Consumer Credit
- Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander
- Refugee Advocacy
- Disability Advocacy
Who can access our centres?
CLC's provide an initial consultation, on most matters of law, to any member of the community.
After the initial consultation you may be eligible for ongoing assistance. Alternatively, your matter may be referred immediately to legal aid, a private solicitor or another non- legal service.
Ongoing assistance and /or court representation is only available for people who are unable to afford a private solicitor ,who do not qualify for legal aid and whose situation has legal merit.
Most centres provide their services free of charge.
If a centre does provide court representation or further assistance, you may have to pay disbursements (e.g.expert reports) if a waiver cannot be obtained on your behalf.