South Australian Community Legal Centres (SACLCs) provide free and confidential legal advice, information and education to the community. They also undertake law reform and community legal education to promote social justice.
SACLCs are located throughout South Australia, with the majority located in the Adelaide metropolitan area. They are staffed by solicitors, barristers, community legal educators and support staff.
SACLCs provide a range of services, including:
- General advice and information on a range of legal topics
- Referrals to other services
- Legal representation in some courts and tribunals
- Community legal education
- Law reform
SACLCs are independent, non-profit organisations that rely on funding from a range of sources, including the South Australian Government, the Commonwealth Government, philanthropic trusts and donations from the public.