|Specialist Session||Wellington Office||Te Awa Kairangi Office|
|Advice for Women||Monday 12.30-1.30pm||Friday 12-1pm|
|Refugee and Immigration||Tuesday 5.30-7pm||Wednesday 12-2pm|
|Family||Wednesday 12-2pm||Monday 10-12pm|
|Employment||Wednesday 5.30-7pm||Tuesday 5-7pm|
|Kaupapa Māori||Thursday 5.30-7pm,
|Student Rights Service (Nationwide)
and Suspension Support Wellington
0800 499 488
0800 499 488
|Advice for prisoners||We serve Rimutaka Prison
Call 0800 524 529
Specialist Sessions explained:
advice for women
You can get legal advice from a woman lawyer, in a safe environment.
Refugee and Immigration Legal Advice Service
Telephone interpreters are available. We specialise in assisting refugees with family reunification; refugee family support category applications; and family applications. We do take on clients but we have a long waiting list and strict eligibility criteria apply.
You can get advice from a practising family lawyer.
You can get advice from a practising employment lawyer.
Kaupapa Māori Free Legal Help
You can access Kaupapa Māori Free Legal Advice: free legal help that is whānau-friendly, with Māori lawyers, Kaitūao Māori (Māori law student volunteers) and passionate non-Māori kaimahi. Our Services to Māori team also do several outreach legal advice sessions, in Wellington, Hutt Valley and Porirua. See here for more information.
Student Rights Service: 0800 499 488
Student Rights Service (formerly the Parents Legal Information Line) is a national, free phone service for parents and students wanting information and assistance on issues for children and young people at school. SRS offers parents, caregivers and students, information and assistance on a wide range of issues involving children, young people and the school system. Find out more here.
Suspension Support Wellington
The Suspension Support Team provides support for young people and families going through disciplinary meetings with Boards of Trustees. The suspension support team can help you with stand-downs, suspensions, exclusions and expulsions. Find out more here.
Advice for Community Groups
We can assist local community groups (non-profits and NGOs) with legal issues. These mainly relate to governance, employment, charitable status and lease issues. Come into one of our free legal drop-in sessions, call us on (04) 499 2928 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org