Workshops and webinars
We run free workshops, information sessions and webinars to educate the public about the law and how to get legal help. We also hold information stalls at community events to raise awareness about legal issues and Legal Aid NSW.
We talk to community groups, schools and community workers about:
- how to understand and protect your legal rights
- how to avoid legal problems
- where to go to get help if you have a legal problem
- what types of services Legal Aid NSW provides
- changes to the law
We do this in two ways:
We have a calendar of scheduled community legal education events
- We have a program of face-to-face workshops and online webinars for community workers
- You can attend 'Do-it-yourself' divorce classes
- We give talks at some libraries during Law Week (15-21 May 2017)
Click on the calendar below to see what’s on and when. You can register through these calendars.
Workshops for the public
Workshops and webinars for community workers
You can request a workshop or talk for your group
We can arrange for a lawyer to give a talk about the law to your group. We have a number of education packages about the law that we can deliver.
Click on Request a talk and someone will contact you about your request.
Find out more about our workshops
We usually need at least 15 people before we will run a workshop or information session, and we usually need you to book at least 4 to 6 weeks before you want us to present to your group.
You can find out more details about how we run these workshops in our Terms and conditions
Looking for more information about your legal problem?
Legal Aid NSW produces free resources about the law. These are available in a variety of formats and languages.