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For Legal Advice

Arts Law is a community legal centre which provides a number of legal advice services to artists and arts organisations. For information regarding these services, please see our Legal Advice page.

Arts Law is not able to accept legal advice queries via email, post or social media. We can only accept legal queries through our online legal query form.

For General Enquiries

Please note we are only able to give legal advice to artists and arts organisations. Arts Law does not accept legal advice queries via email, post, or social media. To submit a legal query, please use our online legal query form.


(02) 9356 2566

1800 221 457 (toll-free)


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National Relay Service

Clients who are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment can call through the National Relay Service.

  • TTY or computer with modem users phone 133 677 then ask for (02) 9356 2566.
  • Speak and Listen (speech to speech relay) users phone 1300 555 727 then ask for (02) 9356 2566.


  • TTY or computer with modem users phone 1800 555 677 then ask for 1800 221 457.
  • Speak and listen (speech to speech relay) users phone 1800 555 727 then ask for 1800 221 457. 
Please note: our office hours are 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday (Eastern Standard Time).
Please note: we are unable to provide legal advice without obtaining the names of all the other parties. We do NOT require any contact details, and all information provided is confidential.
For example: a contract/agreement, letter, emails, or any other relevant written information.
For example: if you are in a band and the query relates to a matter that affects the band as a whole, this would be an organisation. If your query is about your relationship to the other members of the band, this would be as an individual.
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