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Help at court
We have lawyers at all local courts and at many other courts and tribunals across NSW. These ‘duty lawyers’ help people who have a matter at court that day who do not have their own lawyer. Duty lawyers either work for Legal Aid NSW or are private lawyers paid by Legal Aid NSW to help you.
Other types of help are also available at court. Women's Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services assist women and children experiencing domestic violence at many local courts around NSW. Youth workers from the Children's Court Assistance Scheme assist young people appearing in the Children's Court.
It is best to get legal advice before you go to court. Call the free legal help line LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529 to find an advice service or search for a Legal Aid NSW service near you.
Who can use a duty lawyer?
What can a duty lawyer do for me?
Do I have to pay?
Do I need to be eligible for legal aid for a duty lawyer to help?
Where does Legal Aid NSW have duty lawyers?
Can I get an interpreter or other communication help?
How should I prepare for court?
What if I need more help?
I'm Aboriginal. Who can help me?
(LEGAL AID/ NSW)