Contact LawRight

Post: PO Box 12217, George Street QLD 4003
Fax: (07) 3846 6311

Our Court and Tribunal Services and Pro Bono Connect service will be closed to new intakes from 26 April 2021 to 7 May 2021, inclusive. We will still be conducting appointments and assisting existing clients during this period, as well as seeing new clients at our community locations.  If you are not yet a client or connected to one of our partner agencies, please contact Community Legal Centres Queensland for details of other legal services.

You can continue to contact our teams directly using the numbers below.

Phone: (07) 3102 5311 to leave a message

Phone: 0439 625 334 to leave a message.

Phone:  (07) 3248 1165

State Courts office (including Enforcement Hearings Duty Lawyer Service)

Level 1, Queensland Elizabeth II Courts of Law Building
415 George Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Phone: (07) 3738 7800

Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT)

Level 11, National Australia Bank (NAB) Building
259 Queen Street
Brisbane QLD 4000
Phone:  (07) 3564 7561

Federal Court and Federal Circuit Court

Level 6, Harry Gibbs Commonwealth Law Courts
119 North Quay
Brisbane QLD 4000
Phone:  (07) 3248 1278

Mental Health Review Tribunal (MHRT)

LawRight operates a limited service in the MHRT for people who are formally referred by Legal Aid. Current clients can contact:

Phone: (07) 3518 8126

LawRight previously provided assistance and advocacy at Treatment Authority hearings before the MHRT, but this service is closed for the foreseeable future. If you have a general mental health law query, Queensland Advocacy Inc operates a Mental Health Legal Service that may be able to assist.

Phone: (07) 3102 5311 to leave a message

If you are experiencing homelessness, mental health concerns or are a newly arrived Australian please contact our community partners and they will connect you to us, as appropriate. If you think you are eligible for help but are unable to connect with our community partners, please contact us.

We continue to see clients at the Mater Hospital and Wuchopperen Health Service so please talk to staff there about how to get in touch or call the mobile number if you are an existing client.

If you have any concerns about how LawRight has handled your matter or you wish to acknowledge someone who has been particularly helpful to you, please let us know.

The fastest way to resolve a complaint is to contact the lawyer you have been speaking with. If you are not happy with their response you can ask to speak to their supervisor.

If you have tried this, or are not comfortable making a complaint directly, you can:

  • complete our online form
  • email the Principal Solicitor at
  • call us on (07) 3846 6317
  • write to the Principal Solicitor at PO Box 12217, George Street Q 4003