Contact Legal Aid Queensland
Contact your nearest Legal Aid office to make an appointment
T: 1300 65 11 88 to discuss your eligibility
Contact your nearest Community Legal Centre (CLC) for:
Contact a specialist Community Legal Centre (most have eligibility guidelines).
Contact a CLC
To find your nearest community legal centre
T: (07) 3392 0092
Contact a specialist CLC
Specialist Community Legal Centres include:
Basic Rights Queensland
Social Security & Disability Discrimination: (07) 3847 5532 or 1800 358 511 (free call).
Women’s Employment Issues: 1800 621 457 (free call).
Disability Law Queensland
Legal service offered at a reduced fee to cover service costs.
(07) 3622 1250
Environmental Defenders Office
(07) 3211 4466 (Brisbane) or (07) 4028 3739 (Cairns)
Job Watch (employment rights legal centre)
1800 331 617
LGBTI Legal Service
(07) 3124 7160
National Debt Helpline
1800 007 007
Prisoners Legal Service
(07) 3846 5074
Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Legal Service
1800 887 700
Refugee and Immigration Legal Service (RAILS)
(07) 3846 9300
1300 744 263
Women’s Legal Service Qld and North Queensland Women’s Legal Service
1800 957 957 (Qld) or 1800 244 504 (North Qld)
Youth Law Australia
(02) 9385 9588
Contact Everyday Justice
T: 1800 161 196
To apply for a referral from LawRight, complete the online form here.
T: (07) 3846 6317 (Brisbane)
LawRight Self-Representation Service
In matters in the Qld District and Supreme Courts and Court of Appeal, QCAT, Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court and the Brisbane Magistrates Court (debtors in enforcement hearings):
Contact the Self-Representation Service
Duty lawyer services
Free representation in certain matters in the Magistrate’s Courts, Children’s Court, Family Court, Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court
Contact Magistrates Court criminal law duty lawyers
For assistance before the court date, contact Legal Aid.
T: 1300 65 11 88
Contact a family law duty lawyer
Contact a child protection duty lawyer
T: 1300 65 11 88
Contact a domestic and family violence duty lawyer
For the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Assistance Service:
Court-appointed legal assistance
For matters in the Federal Court of Australia:
Contact the Federal Court of Australia
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