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Legal Aid WA head office has moved
Legal Aid WA has moved its head office to LEVEL 1, 32 ST GEORGES TERRACE, PERTH, 6000.
Our postal address and phone numbers remain the same.
Our Fremantle and Midland offices have permanently closed. Staff from our Fremantle and Midland offices have relocated to our new head office address. If you have had previous contact with one of these offices and need to contact Legal Aid WA in the future about your legal matter please contact our head office.
Community Online Resource Essentials (CORE)
Community Online Resource Essentials (CORE) are new interactive resources about the law for use by people throughout Western Australia.
They contain step by step practical information, including checklists and "how to" videos by experienced lawyers.
The three CORE resources available now are the Recovery Order Self Help Guide, Representing yourself at a Magistrates Court criminal trial and the Mortgage stress self help guide.
Visit the CORE webpage today to find out more and register.
When Separating - What you should know
When Separating: Family Law + Roads to Resolution is a website resource where you will find Videos about different subjects important to adults and children involved in a separation, whether of a marriage or a de facto relationship.
As well, there are Info+Links pages listing where you can seek further information and assistance services.
For reference, the website address is www.whenseparating.legalaid.wa.gov.au
Indigenous Legal Needs Project - WA
The Indigenous Legal Needs Project (ILNP) is a national research study of the civil and family law needs of Indigenous Australians. Research was conducted in WA in 2012-2014. The ILNP WA Report (2014) and more information on ILNP can be accessed here. An ILNP animation highlighting priority areas of civil and family law need in WA can be accessed here.
NAIDOC week 2015: 5-12 July
NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. It is a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements and is an opportunity to recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our country and our society.The 2015 National NAIDOC theme is We all Stand on Sacred Ground: Learn, Respect and Celebrate. This year the theme highlights Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ strong spiritual and cultural connection to land and sea. For information on events in WA click here.
Last reviewed: 13/01/2015