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Community Legal Centres Queensland is unable to provide you with legal information or advice by phone or email.  If you phone or email our office, we will need to redirect you to another service.  

However, we can provide you with the phone number of your local community legal centre or a specialist statewide centre who may be able to help you.  

Why not save yourself a phone call and use our ‘Find a Centre’ search function below to locate the most relevant service and phone them directly.  Alternatively, you can view our full list of community legal centres and their contact details by clicking Browse Directory.

If you want to get in touch about a non-legal issue, then please call us or email using the form here,

To find information about other organisations who might be able to help you with your legal problem go here. 

Find a centre

Community Legal Centres Queensland is unable to provide you with legal information or advice by phone or email.  If you phone or email our office, we will need to redirect you to another service.  ... > more

About free legal advice

Our Centres' Services     There are 33 accredited Community Legal Centres located throughout metropolitan and rural Queensland.  Most centres deal with all major areas of law and provide services to... > more

Frequently asked questions

View our 'Frequently Asked Questions' for further information about accessing free legal advice services in Queensland. > more

Neighbourhood Disputes

To learn more about particular types of neighbourhood disputes, and ways that you can resolve your issue with your neighbour, go here.  You can find out how to deal with noise, animals, nuisance,... > more

Seniors Legal Advice and Support Service

If you are a victim of elder abuse or feel that you have been mistreated or taken advantage of financially, help is available. The Seniors Legal and Support Service (SLASS) provides free legal... > more