Welcome to Auckland Community Law Centre.
We are New Zealand’s oldest community law centre. We are passionate about access to justice. Our goal is to transform lives and build a better New Zealand through the fairer application of the law.
We provide free legal advice to people on low incomes. We do have an eligibility criteria. This is based on a number of things including your income, your location, and the type of legal issue issue you have.
Our preferred methods of contact are:
Phone: 09 377 9449
Text: 022 371 8826
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Auckland Community Law Centre
NOTICE: All our Outreach Clinics have been cancelled until further notice. Our office is working remotely and can continue taking enquiries. Please contact us by Phone, Email or Text.
Our physical office is closed during Level 4 .
We remain OPEN, operating remotely. Please contact us by Phone, Email or Text.
All Clinics have been cancelled until further notice.
For information about the upcoming KYR Education Series, download the flyer here
Do you have questions about Employment and Covid? Click here for more info from Employment New Zealand.
Call us on (09) 377 9449 if you'd like to discuss further
Call us anytime during business hours. Our phone service will call you back to provide you advice.
Ph. 377 9449
We provide face-to-face meetings for some cases. Get in touch to see if this is suitable for your case.
Outreach clinics: at Orakei, Glen Innes, Sylvia Park, and Wesley.
NOTE: Our Orakei Clinic is on hold until further notice. Please contact us to make alternative arrangements.
Specialist Clinics: Family, Immigration and Employment (Employment Relations Authority).
Ph. 377 9449
We provide education to community organisations and members of the public. Contact us if you want to request a session or find out what is coming up.
Ph. 302 5347
TERMS OF ENGAGEMENT
All lawyers are required to provide client care and service information prior to doing work for you. This includes information about who is doing the work, cost, and any limits to their ordinary duties. Lawyers call these their Terms of Engagement.
Our services are subject to our Terms of Engagment (which you can read here)