Free Legal Help

How we can help

Kingsford Legal Centre provides free legal advice and assistance to people who live, work or study in the Randwick and Botany Bay local government areas in New South Wales (click for a list of suburbs).

We also provide a NSW state-wide service in the area of Discrimination Law.

Advice is by appointment only. To make an appointment call us on (02) 9385 9566 between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm or between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm.

If needed, a free interpreter can be provided.

Things we can help with

Kingsford Legal Centre can advise on matters such as:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Credit and Debt
  • Victim’s Compensation
  • Criminal Law
  • Employment Law
  • Discrimination Law (anywhere within NSW)
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Consumer Matters
  • Neighbourhood Disputes

Things we can't help with

Kingsford Legal Centre does not provide advice in the following areas of law:

  • Family law, including divorce, child support and property settlement;
  • Making a will, or an application for an Enduring Guardianship or probate;
  • Mortgages or conveyancing;
  • Power of Attorney;
  • Workers compensation;
  • Personal injury (except victims compensation);
  • Medical negligence;
  • Commercial matters or business law;
  • Taxation; and
  • Immigration

Kingsford Legal Centre does not provide advice :

  • to employers in employment matters;
  • to landlords in tenancy matters; and
  • against the University of New South Wales.

Kingsford Legal Centre's Catchment

Kingsford Legal Centre provides free legal advice to people who live, work or study in the following suburbs:

Banksmeadow La Perouse
Botany Little Bay
Bronte Malabar
Chifley Maroubra
Clovelly Mascot
Coogee Matraville
Daceyville Pagewood
Eastlakes Phillip Bay
Hillsdale Randwick
Kensington Rosebery
Kingsford South Coogee
  University of New South Wales

 

Details of all the community legal centres in NSW are available from CLCNSW.If you do not live in one of these suburbs, there may be another community legal centre in your area.

Details of all the community legal centres across Australia are available from National Association of Community Legal Centres.