Community & Health Justice Partnerships

How can we help?

We help clients who are connected to one of our partnership locations. We can help with civil law matters, including:

  • If someone is chasing you for money;
  • If you have unpaid fines;
  • If you are having problems with your landlord, are being evicted or struggling to get a new rental;
  • If someone else make decisions about your money or healthcare; or
  • If you have you been the victim of a violent crime or domestic violence.

If you would like to speak with our lawyers about the help we can provide, please come and see us at one of our Community & Health Justice Partnership locations.


Partnerships at 15 locations, where staff and visiting pro bono lawyers collaborate with health and community workers to resolve the complex, intersecting problems of clients including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, refugees, and people experiencing domestic violence, mental illness or homelessness.

These partnerships include the former HPLC, RCLC, OLC, and MHCLC.

LawRight has lawyers at the following locations, where you can access other support services. If you are connected to one of these services, speak with your support worker about arranging an appointment.


  • Brisbane Youth Service
  • 3rd Space
  • Micah Projects
  • Communify
  • OzCare
  • Roma House
  • ZigZag
  • Footprints
  • Multicultural Australia – Refugee Civil Law Service
  • Encircle Home Stay
  • Salvation Army Supported Accommodation
  • Mater Young Adults Health
  • Cairns Anglicare Homelessness Hub