Auckland Disability Law (ADL) provides free and accessible legal services to Disabled and Deaf People associated with their disability related legal issues. ADL is the only Community Law Centre that solely provides disability-related legal services and activities in Aotearoa New Zealand.
ADL provides legal education on disability law. We work with the Disability and Deaf communities through our community engagement and law reform activities.
ADL provides legal education on disability related legal topics in the community. Our community based legal education equips Disabled and Deaf People with knowledge about their legal rights and processes available to them.
We also do legal education with whānau/family, disability support workers, plus disability and legal organisations’ staff therefore developing community capability around disability rights.
Please contact us if you are interested in disability related legal education.
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.