Free Legal Advice Clinics

We can help! Community Law & Mediation’s free legal advice service is open to everyone. We can assist with employment, equality, social welfare, housing, family, children’s law and environmental justice queries. General queries are also welcome.

You can now book into our free legal advice clinics through our online booking form.

Please note, our clinics are booked up until the end of May. Please call back from the 22nd of May to make an appointment for clinics in June. However, we do have limited appointments remaining through our Limerick office for emergency situations.

Please fill in the relevant form below (or alternatively call us on 018488704 to complete the form over the phone).

Book in Limerick

Please note that because of the increased demand for our free legal advice clinics, we are not always in a position to offer repeat appointments on the same issue.


Working with partner organisations

We also work with the following partner organisations to provide outreach free legal advice clinics, meeting specific needs in the community:

  • Family Carers Ireland – contact 1800 25 07 24 to book an appointment;
  • Irish Cancer Society (clinic for cancer patients, survivors and their family members) – contact 1800 200 700 or to book an appointment;
  • Ballyhoura Development CLG – contact (063) 91300 to book an appointment;
  • EPIC (clinic for children and young people in care) – contact 01 872 7661 to book an appointment;
  • Clondalkin Travellers Development Group (CTDG) – email or phone 01 457 5124 to book an appointment;
  • Novas Limerick (every second Thursday at NOVAS Family Support, 1 Mungret Street, Limerick) – Phone 061 536 100 to book.


What are our opening hours?

Monday-Friday 9:30am-5:00pm.


Need help resolving a dispute?

Visit our mediation services section to learn how we can help.


If you are an advocacy organisation, visit our membership scheme section to learn more.

I was feeling isolated and lacking in confidence and if it weren’t for the fact that someone was at the end of a phone line to provide advice and support, I think things would’ve ended very differently