Education hub

Part of our work is providing Legal Education to our community which is available to families, whanau, youth, rangitahi, community workers, not for profit organisations, schools, elderly-kaumatua, residents, visitors and new migrants.

We can come to your place to host these seminars, or we can provide the venue for you. 
We have an experienced team who deliver quality interactive sessions and we are happy to co-facilitate. 
We are very flexible when we provide these seminars for you.  

We also provide other workshops/seminars, they can be tailored made to suit your organisation's needs, such as 1/2 day, 1-3 days or a hui on Marae.  We have listed some topics below for your information. 

If there is a topic that is not listed, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will see what we can do.


private sales, consumer guarantees act for goods and services, CCCF act, fair trading act, buying at auctions


what happens at court, family court, youth court, legal aid, court processes

Criminal Law

going to court, limited licence, legal aid, duty solicitors, court processes.


being a guarantor, someone owes you money, credit finance contracts

Domestic Violence

protection orders, parenting orders, tenancy/occupation orders, womens refuge and other agencies who can assist you


enduring power of attorney, power of attorney, wills, family trusts.


unjustified dismissal, 90 - day trials, employment mediation, personal grievance, mental health and employment, bullying in the workplace

Family Law

divorce, care of children, adult relationships, guardianship, family mediation, legal aid, parenting through separation, child support.


applying for visa's, getting residency, what happens if your visa has expired, options

Legal Entities

setting up a chartable trust, incorporated societies, roles & responsiblities of office holders, volunteers, legal matters.

Maori Legal Issues

maori land, succession, whanuau trusts, maori land court, trustee training

Mental Health Law

compulsory treatment orders, district inspectors role, mental health and employment, other agencies that can help

Privacy & Health Code and Human Rights

privacy law, privacy health code, discrimination and human rights


employment, going flatting, tenancy, your rights & responsibilities with police, school, consumer matters


Community Law Marlborough Opening Hours

14 Market Street Blenheim

We are open Monday to Friday during the following times: 

  • Monday | Tuesday | Thursday 9.00am - 4.30pm | Friday 9.00am - 4.00pm
  • Late Night Wednesday 9.00am - 7.30pm

Please note the office will be closed from 1:00pm - 1:30pm daily for lunch

We offer our services by way of appointment, phone and email. Drop-ins are welcome depending on availability.
Contact us for more details
(03) 577 9919 or 0800 266 529

Kaikoura Outreach Clinic

We will be in Kaikoura on the 2nd Tuesday of every month between the hours of 10.30am to 3.00pm, or at other times by arrangement.

This clinic is situated at:

Heartlands, Beach Road Kaikoura

We also provide Skype and Zoom appointments between 9.30am - 4.00pm.  If you require a a video appointment call us on 0800 266 529 or you can call Heartlands on 03 909 9292 to arrange a time.

If the matter is urgent call our 0800 266 529 number to speak to a Caseworker.