NT Legal Aid and COVID-19
We want our staff and clients to stay safe and healthy. Please telephone us before attending any of our offices. If you must attend any of our offices, we may require you to wear a face mask.
During business hours, please contact the Helpline on 1800 019 343 so that we can help you. You can also use the chat icon on the bottom right hand side of the website home page to talk to us online. Please do this before coming to one of our offices if you can.
See our safety plan here our stakeholder information here and our statement of committment here
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NT Legal Aid applauds increase to age of criminal responsibility
The NT Legal Aid Commission (NT Legal Aid) joins the NT Council of Social Services (NTCOSS), Aboriginal Peak Organisations NT (APO NT) and other services in the NT in applauding the passage of legislation for an increase in the age of criminal responsibility to 12 in the NT. Our full statement can be found here