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JusticeNet SA

Pro Bono Legal Assistance Referral Scheme

JusticeNet SA is a not-for-profit legal association recently establish in South Australia.  JusticeNet aims to assist people who are financially disadvantaged by connecting them with a network of legal firms and barristers who are willing to act on a pro bono basis.

JusticeNet may provide assistance across a range of civil law matters including:

  • Consumer credit and debt issues
  • Discrimination law
  • Tenancy matters
  • Elder Law
  • Mental health matters
  • Administration law
  • Migration law
  • Not-for-profit governance
  • Criminal and family matters for which legal aid is not available. 

 Eligibility Criteria

 What is JusticeNet?

Supreme Court Self-Representation Service

This is a new legal service by JusticeNet SA; it provides free legal advice and assistance to eligible litigants-in-person (including prospective litigants-in-person) involved in civil proceedings in the Supreme Court.

Pro bono solicitors are available to give clients advice and assistance with discrete legal tasks during 45 min to 1 hour appointments.  Clients can schedule multiple appointments throughout the course of their matter, but they remain responsible for the conduct of their case at all time.  The Service does not provide representation, rather, it aims to help clients present their own case in the best possible light.

For more information about this Service, you can contact JusticeNet via: Phone: (08) 8313 5005 or Website:

**Please note: the Service is a pilot project that will operate for 12 months from 25 September 2013. The Service is open on Wednesdays only.**

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