KLC SERVICES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

KLC is committed to ensuring that our staff, students, volunteers and clients remain safe during this period. We are also trying hard to ensure that our community are looked after in the safest possible way so we are providing all advice appointments over the telephone. 

Our telephone line - 9385 9566 - is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm for clients to call and book an appointment.

Please check this page regularly because as circumstances change, so too will our service delivery capacity. We are sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

KLC Xmas Closure

KLC is shuts down at 5pm Friday 18th December and reopens at 9am on Monday 4 January 2021.  If you have an urgent legal matter in that time please contact Law Access on 1300 888 529.  Our last advice night for 2020 is Wednesday 16 December and our first one for 2021 is Tuesday 12 January.

 

KLC is a community legal centre providing free legal advice, casework and legal education to our local community

We are part of the UNSW Sydney Law Faculty and provide quality, innovative clinical legal education to its students

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We provide free legal advice and assistance to people who live, work or study in the Randwick and Botany Bay local government areas in NSW.

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 and Neighbourhood Disputes.

Clinical legal education offers you the chance to learn law while practising it. You are supervised by experienced solicitors and see the law through your clients’ eyes.

Kingsford Legal Centre's volunteer solicitors are one of our most valuable assets because the Centre could not conduct the advice sessions without the involvement of these dedicated and competent lawyers. 

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Kingsford Legal Centre acknowledges the Gadigal and Bidjigal Clans, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast.
We respect those Elders, past and present, and thank them for allowing us to work and study on their lands