Search our website for legal information and your options. Popular topics include: The fastest way to get help from us is to find legal answers or use our online chat. They provide localized support and referrals to non-profit services and traditional agencies. CSOs work with clients for: NATSILS is the lead agency for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander legal services, representing services in all states and territories of Australia. NATSILS provides legal advice, support, representation, community legal education, advocacy, law reform activities and prisoner care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in contact with the justice system. We have 15 offices in metropolitan areas and regions of Victoria. We also provide services in many courts, tribunals and other locations in Victoria. VALS maintains a strong focus on customer service. Our Customer Service Agents (CSOs) act as a bridge between the legal system and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
VALS is actively involved in education, research and community advocacy around legal reform and policy development. VALS strives to achieve this goal: there are thirteen legal services for the prevention of domestic violence throughout Australia. FVPLS provides specialist and culturally secure legal services and support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are victims/survivors of domestic violence across Australia. For more information and volunteering, see NATSILS. Below you will find information about your legal department for the state/territory. We operate a unique service delivery model where our clients are supported by customer service agents (CSOs) across the state. CSOs bridge the gap between the community and our lawyers. Clients are also supported by CSOs specializing in domestic violence, who provide comprehensive and holistic support. Depending on availability, a chat window will appear Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 1300-792-387 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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