Redfern Legal Centre provides free, confidential legal advice and casework, delivers community legal education and engages in law reform.
We provide free, confidential information, advice and advocacy to tenants living in public and private residential housing in Inner Sydney and parts of Sydney's Inner West and Inner South.
Our partnership with Sydney Local District Services (SLDS) delivers legal advice to vulnerable people in the hospital setting and trains hospital staff to identify compound legal issues in their patients.
We offer free, confidential legal information, advice and advocacy on employment related matters, including unfair dismissal, underpayment of wages, general protections and workplace discrimination and bullying.
We offer free, confidential legal information, advice and advocacy for people experiencing money problems or who have consumer complaints. Sometimes money problems don't feel legal but they may have a legal solution...
We provide free, confidential legal advice in relation to discrimination complaints, which can include employment-related bullying or sexual discrimination and direct or indirect discrimination by service providers.
Sydney Women's Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service operates at Downing Centre, Balmain, Newtown and Waverley local courts to assist women and children victims of domestic violence to obtain effective legal protection from violence. Click here for an announcement about this service.
We offer international students in NSW free, confidential, legal information, advice and advocacy on housing problems, fines, debts, car accidents, employment, discrimination, family law, domestic violence, and complaints about colleges of universities. We can also advise about how these problems affect student visas.
We provide free, confidential legal information, advice and advocacy across New South Wales in matters involving complaints about the NSW Police Force.
We provide free, confidential legal information, advice and advocacy across New South Wales regarding freedom of information (Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009), complaints about government departments or health and education providers and more.
RLC has a branch office located at the University of Sydney which is available to all USYD postgraduate students.