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Legal Advice, Representation


8 Griffith Street, Devonport TAS 7310

About Us
About Us

The Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania is a statutory body set up by the Legal Aid Commission Act 1990 (Tas). We commenced operation on 1 January 1991. The Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania operates at arms-length from Government but is accountable to the Tasmanian Attorney-General, the Hon Dr Vanessa Goodwin MLC.


We are the largest government-funded legal assistance service in Tasmania and we play a central role in providing access to justice for disadvantaged Tasmanians. The Commission is governed by a Board of eight and has a staff of 64 full-time employees.


Services We Offer

Phone a lawyer

Come and see a lawyer

Going to court

Legal representation

Apply for legal aid

Family dispute resolution

Mental health and disability matters

Consumer credit

Get help in your own language

Help for people who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment


Why Choose Us?

The values that drive our choices are:

  • Integrity - we act ethically at all times;
  • Professionalism - we provide high-quality services;
  • Efficiency - we use taxpayers' resources responsibly and we pursue continuous improvement;
  • Fairness - we ensure equitable access to the right services.