LawPrompt is an online resource written and maintained by LawAccess NSW, a business centre of the Department of Attorney General and Justice. It has plain language legal information on various civil, criminal and family law topics. LawPrompt was developed as an internal resource for LawAccess NSW staff. NSW Community Legal Centres who are members of CLC NSW and NACLC accredited (or in the process of becoming accredited) can apply for access to LawPrompt. Please note that LawPrompt is not a publicly available resource.
If you have been granted access to LawPrompt:
Login to LawPrompt
You will need to enter the username and password provided to you. The password will be changed quarterly to protect the security of the site. If you have been granted access to LawPrompt and have forgotten, or are not aware of your username and/or password details, please contact Tina Higgins on (02) 8833 3113.
Do you want to apply for access to LawPrompt?
If your Centre is a member of CLC NSW and NACLC accredited (or in the process of becoming NACLC accredited) you can apply for access to LawPrompt by entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with LawAccess NSW. The terms of this MOU are attached. To apply for access you will need to:
- Ensure the appropriate person from your Centre has authority to apply for access by entering into the MOU.
- Ensure your Centre has a solicitor with a current NSW practising certificate that will supervise the staff and volunteers who use LawPrompt.
- Ensure all staff and volunteers agree to follow the restrictions in how LawPrompt is used as outlined in the MOU.
If you want more information about LawPrompt, please contact Tina Higgins on (02) 8833 3113.