Free Legal support for low income, vulnerable and disadvantaged South Australians.
People in conflict, unsure of how to handle legal issues, worried about debt, worried about homelessness, at risk of violence at home, worried about their elderly family members, have disagreements within their own community or their neighbour can all severely impact employees ability to function in the community and even ability to come to work.
South Australian Community Legal Service has a network of State and Federally funded Community Legal Centres across South Australia that can offer free, professional advice.
The Welfare Rights Centre is a community legal centre providing free duty solicitor services at the South Australian Civil and Administrative Appeals Tribunal for people with residential tenancy matters and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal for people who have Centrelink matters before the Tribunal.
The Centre also runs the Housing Legal Clinic providing pro-bono legal advice for people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Level 5, 97 Pirie Street, Adelaide SA 5000
PO Box 3609, Rundle Mall SA 5000