Our law centres

ABOUT US

We offer free legal advice and information, representation and education to the people of Otago. For hours and other information please click on the link to our website below.

Due to COVID19 CLO offices face to face advice clinics and our legal education programme have been suspended until further notice. 

For free legal advice please contact us as follows:

Telephone: (03) 474 1922 / 0800 169 333
Website: www.communitylawotago.com/ contact
Facebook Messenger: m.me/CommunityLawOtago
Email: reception@dclc.org.nz

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Advice by phone & online only

Call:
(03) 474 1922 OR 0800 169 333

Email:
reception@dclc.org.nz

HELP IN YOUR SUBURB

Central Otago

Alexandra, Cromwell, Queenstown, Wānaka

First Tuesday and Wednesday of the month

Check local papers for details

North Otago
Citizens Advice Bureau

100 Thames St
Oamaru

Every third week

Check local papers for details

SPECIALIST LEGAL ADVICE

ADVICE LINES

Our freephone

0800 169 333

Monday to Thursday 2.30 – 4.30pm

EDUCATION

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.

CONTACT US

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Floor 1
169 Princes Street
Dunedin 9016

Postal address:
P.O. Box 138 Dunedin 9054

P(03) 474 1922, 0800 169 333
Ereception@dclc.org.nz
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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.

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