The Adelaide Law School encourages students to get involved in a number of free legal advice services that have been set up to assist the most vulnerable and underprivileged members of the community through its Free Legal Clinic program. At all of our services, students are supervised by experienced lawyers.
Adelaide Legal Outreach Service provides advice and legal support to assist clients with managing their own cases around child support, family, fines, contract issues, criminal and law.
The Magistrates Court Legal Advice Service is a free legal advice service for minor civil claims is in the Magistrate Court in Adelaide.
The service provides legal advice on areas of Equal Opportunity Law - discrimination, harassment and victimisation, and assistance in drafting legal documentation, statements, and preparation for conciliation and Tribunal hearings.
Housed within The University of Adelaide's venture accelerator ThincLab confidential advice is available to individuals and small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in relation to their business.
Clinical Legal Education Program
The Clinical Legal Education Program gives law students the chance to work in Law School clinics or community legal services and receive credit toward their degree.