We give free legal help to Aucklanders who can’t afford it.
If you're an Aucklander facing a truly life changing legal situation, we can sometimes do more than just give advice, and can represent you in Court.
during COVID 19 Level 4 Auckland Community Law Centre is OPEN.
You cannot come to our offices.
You can contact us by:
We are prioritising all covid-19 related work, in particular:
All in-person clinics and face-to-face services are suspended until 30 April 2020.
59c Kitemoana St
9.30am – 11.30am
100 Line Road
9:30am – 12pm
411 Glenfield Road
Cnr Glenfield Rd and Bentley Ave
9am – 12pm
740 Sandringham Rd extension
9am – 12pm
Sylvia Park Shopping Mall
Shop N230, Level 1
(Pak’n’Save entrance, upstairs from Paper Plus)
1pm – 4pm
We provide legal education on a wide range of topics and we run sessions from our offices and from other venues in the community. Search our education calendar here to find a public education session that interests you.
We also organise “private” education (not open to the public) for rōpū Māori, community groups, schools, alternative education providers and others. If your group is interested in getting educated, contact us directly.
During the Covid 19 response, most Community Law Centres are still giving free legal support by phone and/or online.
Please find the contact details of your nearest Community Law Centre here to access their services.
We’re updating legal rights information during COVID 19 response right now and will have that information available on our website soon. Watch this space.
For now, you will also find out useful information on our Community Law Manual Facebook page.
The distribution of resources from our Online Bookshop are on hold until further notice.