Free Legal Advice Clinics

Looking for free legal advice Ireland?

Our free legal advice consultation service is open to everyone. We provide free legal advice in Ireland in the areas of employment, social welfare, housing, family, child law and environmental justice. General queries are also welcome. So if you are having problems accessing your social welfare entitlements, if you are experiencing problems in the workplace, or if you are afraid of losing your home, we are here to help.

How can I get in contact to avail of free legal advice?

Book an appointment via our phoneline on 01 847 7804 (Dublin) or 061 536 100 (Limerick). We are offering phone and in-person appointments.

Upcoming clinics (in-person and by appointment only) include:

Dublin

  • Northside Civic Centre, Coolock: Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 26th October 11am-1pm
  • Phone appointments are also available and can be booked by contacting 01 847 7804

Limerick

  • Mary’s Alms House Nicholas Street: Tuesday 25th October 10.30am – 12.30pm
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Community Centre Ballinacurra Weston: Wednesday, 9th November 10.30am – 12.30pm
  • Novas Homeless Clinic: Friday 11th November 10.30am – 12.30pm
  • Southill HUB Community Centre: Wednesday 16th November 10.30am – 12.30pm
  • Moyross Community Centre: Tuesday 22nd November 10.30am – 12.30pm
  • Mary’s Alms House Nicholas Street: 29th November 10.30am – 12.30pm

Phone appointments also available.

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.

For those with difficulty hearing

We are also collaborating with Chime, the National Charity for Deafness and Hearing Loss, to offer free legal advice for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Book an appointment via email on info@communitylawandmediation.ie.

Organisations

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