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QAILS is the state based peak body representing funded and unfunded Community Legal Centres (CLCs) operating throughout Queensland.

Queensland CLCs have over 30 years of service delivery experience providing free information, advice and referral, casework and representation to the community.

Find a centre near you
If you're looking for services in your local area, our Centre Locator provides a map-based search of all accredited Community Legal Centres in Queensland. More>>

Find specialist help
If you need help in a particular area of law or your problem calls for specialist assistance, our easy-to-use FIND FREE ADVICE page will guide you to the service best suited to your needs. More>>

Queensland Neighbourhood Disputes website
With help from Holding Redlich, Brisbane City and students from UQ Pro Bono Centre, QAILS launched an online resource for people who have problems with their neighbours. More>>

Community Law Australia
Community Law Australia believes that all Australians should be able to access the law, regardless of their financial or social circumstances, or their geographic location. More>>

Cuts to tenancy advice leads to homelessness
Research released today by the Queensland Association for Independent Legal Services (QAILS) shows that a decrease in free legal advice on tenancy issues can directly impact on the number of people who become homeless. More>>

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