The EDO is an independent community legal centre that specialises in public interest environmental law.
Homeless Legal is a free outreach legal service for people experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
a) Hutt Street Centre (Mondays 10am-12 noon)
b) Catherine House (by appointment)
Provides assistance to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander victim/ survivors of family violence and/or sexual assault.
Provides help people to resolve consumer credit problems including debt, hardship, credit law issues involving disputes with creditors, bankruptcy, mortgage 83421800
Provides pro bono migration assistance to asylum seekers, in South Australia, who are eligible to apply for a Temporary Protection Visa (TPV) or a Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (SHEV)
Provides legal advice, representation and legal education that impacts women within South Australia 83409009
Provides community mediation service can help you to identify and resolve conflict and disputes at an early stage by an independent mediator 83421800
Provides free legal help to for low-income and disadvantaged South Australians experiencing civil law issues who cannot afford a lawyer or get the help they need from elsewhere.
The Pro Bono Referral Service also assists charitable and community groups.
The Refugee and Asylum Seeker Project provides legal advice and representation.
We can provide advice and assistance when dealing with Centrelink and in appeals to the Administrative Appeal Tribunal.
The service is available to people on a government benefit, living in South Australia, and aged 15 and over 83421800
Volunteer operated centre promoting human rights and Aboriginal Reconciliation
Bookings for the free Evening Advisory Service are essential and must be made at least 24 hours in advance (Norwood area)
The Elder Abuse Unit provides free information, support and legal advice to people who have been impacted by elder abuse in Adelaide
Inspiring Determination Independence Growth and Opportunities
Specialist legal and non legal case management to women who are experiencing or have experiences domestic and family violence (southern zone only) 83409009
Helping you to navigate the NDIS, understand your rights and resolve issues.
If you’re eligible for the NDIS or already receiving support, we can help you to understand the system and your rights
The Working Women’s Centre SA Inc (WWC SA) provides free advice and confidential information, support and representation to vulnerable workers residing in South Australia about their rights at work
Family violence & work
National Employment Standards
The Modern Award System
Interpretation & advice of employment contracts
Youth Law Australia provides free and confidential legal advice and information to young people in Australia who are under 25. Young people or their advocates can contact us on 1800 950 570 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (AEST) or online at our website: Get help now (yla.org.au).