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During the UWA exam period, SLAC will be closed 23rd Oct till Nov 14th. For non-urgent matters, fill in the Request Assistance form:
For pressing tenancy or workplace matters, contact Circle Green Community Legal on 6148 3636 or for other legal issues call Legal Aid WA 1300 650 579
Best of luck with your exams!
About us

About Us

Student Legal Advice Centre (SLAC) is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to provide justice to all UWA students by partnering with volunteer solicitors supported by UWA students to provide free legal advice to UWA students. 


SLAC increases accessibility to legal advice for vulnerable students and is a student-tailored service with a narrowed focus on tenancy issues, employment law, and workplace discrimination and sexual harassment. The goal of SLAC is to reduce the overall burden on students impacted by legal issues and improve their overall quality of life.  


We assist workers in understanding and enforcing their rights in the workplace.


We may also be able to advice on workplace related discrimination.




We offer students who rent advice on how to resolve tenancy related issues.

Legal Advice

Once-off 40 minute appointment with a lawyer who will provide you with advice on your legal rights and options available to you. 

SLAC is not a legal practice. Legal advice is delivered by legal practices we are partnered with.

Information Referrals


If we are unable to facilitate a legal advice appointment, we will provide general information and warm referrals to other services where practicable.

Contact us

For legal assistance, please submit our Request for Legal Assistance form. 

For any general inquiries, please fill in the following contact form:

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SLAC pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of Whadjuk Noongar Boodja and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.

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