Pro Bono Clearing House (PBCH)
The PBCH does not accept criminal, family, immigration, defamation or native title or land rights law matters.
The aim of the PBCH is to match people and organisations who need pro bono (free of charge) legal assistance, with legal service providers able to provide that assistance.
- PBCH frequently asked questions
- Am I eligible for pro bono?
- PBCH application form for individuals
- PBCH application form for organisations
OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION
Everyday Justice - A Mills Oakley Philanthropic Initiative is a national free legal service to help people who have 'everyday' legal issues but can't afford a lawyer.
This service is not affiliated with the Law Society Northern Territory.
Everyday Justice can help with:
- Employment and workplace issues
- Tenancy, housing and eviction issues
- Credit, debt and bankruptcy issues
- Financial abuse matters
- Fines and infringements
- Human rights matters
- Climate change law matters
- Public interest law matters
Everyday Justice cannot help with:
- Family law
- Criminal law
- Centrelink matters
- Workers compensation