The Fitzroy Legal Service Inc. is a merger of the Darebin Community Legal Centre and Fitzroy Legal Service.
Enquiry for Legal Assistance You can complete an enquiry form to be placed on our waitlist for our legal advice service. The service is currently experiencing strong demand, it may take up to seven-to-ten days for us to respond.
Need legal advice now?
- You can call Victoria Legal Aid's telephone advice line on 1300 792 387
- You can try another Community Legal Centre close to you. Find your nearest one here: www.fclc.org.au/find_a_community_legal_centre
- See if you are eligible for help through Justice Connect: www.justiceconnect.org.au/who-we-cant-help/
- If you have a COVID fine (infringement) use our self-help kit
COVID-19 FINES LEGAL INFORMATION
We have created a new webpage to help you deal with your fine, including how to ask for a review if you think the fine was unfairly given or there are special reasons why you should not have to pay. Click here for more.
(03) 9419 3744
Fitzroy: Fitzroy Town Hall, Level 4 - Open 9am to 5pm, closed for lunch 1-2pm
Reservoir: 279 Spring Street, Reservoir 3073 - OPEN MONDAY ONLY. OFFICE CLOSED TUESDAY-FRIDAY
Neighbourhood Justice Centre: 241 Wellington Street, Collingwood 3046
PO Box 297, Fitzroy 3065
DX no. 96611
We also offer a Prison Law Advice Line.
Do you want to learn about the law yourself? Read The Law Handbook.
Fitzroy Town Hall, level 4
Access via the laneway and courtyard at 126 Moor Street, Fitzroy (behind Fitzroy Library)
|Train:||From Parliament Station, take the number 11, 86 or 96 tram, or walk 21 min.
From Victoria Park Station, take the number 200 or 207 bus, or walk 20 min.
|Tram:||Take the number 11 to stop 14 (on Brunswick Street) then walk 3 min.
Take the number 86 to stop 13 (on Smith Street) then walk 6 min.
Take the number 96 to stop 14 (on Nicholson Street) then walk 7 min.
|Bus:||Take the number 200 or 207 to Napier Street then walk 5 mins.|
The Fitzroy Legal Service is located on the traditional country of the Wurundjeri-willam people of the Kulin Nation. We acknowledge them as the Traditional Owners and pay our respects to their Elders, past and present. Read more.