Australian Community Legal Centres
Community legal centres (CLC's) are independent organisations that provide legal advice and advocacy for a wide range of individuals and groups in the community, especially people on low incomes or otherwise disadvantaged in their access to justice. This website has a directory of the CLC's in each State and Territory that are members of the National Association of CLC's.
Australian Council of Justices Association
The Australian Council of Justices Association represents the State and Territory Associations of Justices of the Peace. The website has links to the websites of the State and Territory Associations, which can help you find a Justice of the Peace in your area if you need one, for example if you need to sign a document and it is a requirement that your signature be witnessed by a Justice of the Peace.
Australian Law on the Internet
The National Library of Australia website has a very comprehensive collection of links to legal materials.
Australian Law Online
Australian Law Online is provided by the Australian Government to give all Australians access to Commonwealth, State and Territory Government legal information and services.
Australian Legal Information Institute
A joint facility of UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law that offers a wealth of legal information, including cases and legislation.
Lots of useful information, articles and links and a lawyer search facility.
Law For You
Plain English legal information and a LawMatch facility to find a lawyer that meets your needs.
Law Internet Resources - Parliamentary Library
Useful legal links from the Department of the Parliamentary Library.