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Citizen Centred Justice Clinic

A by appointment free legal advice clinic on Wednesdays at the University of Canberra.

UC's free citizen centred justice clinic is open on Wednesdays. This is a specialist and free legal service for UC students and members of the local Canberra community.

The clinic is open for legal advice services on a Wednesday, in Building 1, Level B, at the UC Medical & Counselling Centre, University of Canberra. You can book a face to face or telephone appointment.

The Clinic is run by lawyers supported by students who are gaining legal practice experience towards their legal qualification. The service is confidential.

You can book an appointment to the Citizen Centred Justice Clinic through the University's Medical & Counselling Centre: 02 6201 2351. When booking, let our receptionists know if you prefer a face to face or telephone appointment.

Do you have a problem with your employment, discrimination, with workplace bullying and harassment, with housing immigration, family or custody matters, with violence or sexual assault, with Centrelink or any other matters that are causing you concern. If so come and have a chat with a lawyer at our free Citizen Centred Justice Clinic. Even if we can't help you directly we will be able to refer you to someone else who will.

Our Practice Focus
Our lawyers are able to assess the situation and provide guidance and practical problem - solving approaches. In some situations we may be able to provide advocacy and representational services. Part of our service is providing practical hands-on training to tomorrows lawyers in a safe and supportive environment while also providing an excellent and confidential legal advice service provided by experienced, practising lawyers and academics skilled in advocacy, negotiation and mediation.

Sometimes your health and wellbeing may be adversely affected by legal issues you don't even know exist - talking to a lawyer can help.