COVID-19:

Auckland Community Law Centre is OPEN.  

 

You cannot come to our offices

 

You can contact us by:

 

We are prioritising all covid-19 related work, inparticular:

 

  • Income related (employment and benefits)

  • Housing related (tenancy, emergency housing and mortgage payments)

  • Contact with children

  • Family violence

  • Immigration

  • Access to Courts

All in-person clinics and face-to-face services are suspended until 30 April 2020.

 

Stay safe.

Auckland Community Law Centre

AT A GLANCE

Access to justice is crucial to a healthy democracy.  We are committed to ensuring people on low incomes understand their rights and are supported to enforce them.  We provide free advice and assistance with a wide range of legal issues.  We also have specialist clinics services for issues to do with immigration, family, and government agencies.

 

PHONE LINE

Call us anytime during business hours.  Our triage service will call you back (usually on the same day) to provide you advice. 

Ph. 377 9449



CLINICS

Our clinics are suspended due to Covid-19.  See details above for how to access our services.

EDUCATION

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.

info@aclc.org.nz

 

SELF-REPRESENTED LITIGANTS

We help unrepresented people facing cases in Bankruptcy Court, Employment Court and Employment Relations Authority.  We do not represent people but we do help unrepresented people make informed decisions and strengthen their cases.

 

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)

 

09-377 9449

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