There are certain rights you are guaranteed in Australia, regardless of your citizenship.
General legal matters – UTS Student Legal Service
All students currently enrolled at UTS and UTS Insearch have access to free legal advice through the UTS Student Legal Service. The service is provided by the UTS Student’s Association. The legal service is run by a solicitor who is assisted by two trainee lawyers. All legal advice is provided by the solicitor and all matters are dealt with in strict confidence.
What you can get help with
Legal advice is provided on a range of matters including tenancy, employment, traffic and criminal offences, civil matters, consumer claims, debts, family issues, business, and many other areas. The Student Legal Service can also certify documents as true copies, and witness statutory declarations and other formal documents.
What you can't get help with
Please note, the UTS Student Legal Service does not provide advice on visa or migration matters, or on any issues that you may have against UTS.
Opening hours and location
Tuesday and Wednesday: 10am – 4pm
Thursday: 11am – 8pm
Location: UTS Tower Building 1, level 5, room 12.
Drop in when we are open or contact us for an appointment:
When emailing for an appointment, please provide:
- Your name,
- Your Student ID,
- The nature of your legal problem – e.g. tenancy, employment, family law or traffic charge,
- Some brief details of what has happened, and what you are after,
- Three different times when you could come and see us, during our opening hours.
For further information please see the UTS Student Legal Service website