Adelaide Law School operates five free legal advice services for members of the public in South Australia.
Our services are staffed by final year law students, and supervised by qualified solicitors. The services are confidential, and can assist with legal advice, letters, court documents, and dispute resolution.
The Clinical Legal Education Program gives Adelaide Law School students the chance to work in Law School clinics or community legal services.
The program aims to help students become better lawyers by involving them in the whole process of providing legal advice to real clients.
Clinic Referral Guides
The Clinic Referral Guides have been created by past students of the Clinical Legal Education Program, at the Adelaide Legal Outreach Service (ALOS) and Equal Opportunity Legal Advice Service (EOLAS).
These Guides are resources for students undertaking the program, and for other organisations in the community, in referring clients to tailored services that they need access to.