Aboriginal people and legal issues

The Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement (ALRM) can help you with civil and criminal legal matters. ALRM is an independent organisation governed by an all-Aboriginal board and has offices in Adelaide, Ceduna, Port Augusta and Port Lincoln. Contact  ALRM on 1800 643 222 (freecall).

The Legal Services Commission provides free preliminary information, advice and referrals. The legal chat and phone service is available from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday, except public holidays. The 24Legal web portal provides information on a number for legal topics to help you find answers to your questions.

Phone: 1300 366 424
24Legal: 24legal.lsc.sa.gov.au
Website: lsc.sa.gov.au and chat online

Go to Where to get free legal advice for more information.

Find out about Programs and support for Aboriginal prisoners and offenders.

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