Legal outreach clinic services
What is this service?
The Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania has partnered with various organisations across Tasmania to bring legal services to remote areas. This is achieved through the use of video phone technology. Our lawyers provide confidential and free legal advice via video in a private setting to anyone in these remote communities.
Where is this offered?
These services are currently offered at:
- New Norfolk (Derwent Valley Community House)
- Nubeena (Dunalley Tasman Neighbourhood House)
- Geeveston (Geeveston Community Centre)
In the near future there will also be services in other locations around the state including the Bass Strait Islands.
How do I make a booking?
To make a booking, simply call the location you wish to attend.
New Norfolk call (03) 6261 5230
Nubeena call (03) 6253 5579
Geeveston call (03) 6297 1616
What if I cannot travel to these locations?
We also provide a free confidential legal telephone advice line. Call us on 1300 366 611 for any legal questions or concerns you may have.
More information about this service will be available on our website soon. We will also keep the website updated as new locations become available. Contact us on 1300 366 611 if you have any questions regarding this service.