Based in Adelaide, Equality Lawyers provides everyday legal services to people with disabilities, their families and supporters. We don’t just stand up for your rights, we understand them!

Our team live with disability and know how important it is to go to a lawyer who understands your world. We also know how important it is to have a lawyer that can solve problems quickly and effortlessly.

Our focus is on the legal issues which come up in everyday life. If you are denied equal access or can’t get necessary supports, we are here for you!

With Equality Lawyers, it is about your way to access justice. Contact us today to get started...

The law firm for people with disabilities, their families and supporters

I need a disability rights lawyer. What should I do?

We offer three different ways to get started with us. They are designed to meet people wherever they are in their disability rights journey. You can select the option which best suits you:
First Appointment
  • Free Appointment

  • 30 minute consultation

  • Via Zoom or Phone

  • With a lawyer

  • No review of documents

  • No legal advice given in the appointment

  • Information on legal avenues, processes and legal services provided.

  • For people thinking: do I need a lawyer, and if I do, who that lawyer could be?

First Appointment

One hour 

Natalie in an appointment
  • $220 (inc. GST) fee

  • 1 hour

  • Via phone, Zoom or in person

  • With a lawyer

  • Review of documents before the Appointment

  • Legal advice given in the Appointment

  • For people thinking: I need some advice on where I am at or the process, but with that advice, I might be ok 

Pro bono lawyer enquiry

  • Enquiry only

  • We have limited capacity to take on pro bono legal work because we are a small business

  • We can't promise we will get back to you but will do so if we can help

  • For people thinking: I cannot afford a lawyer but think a disability rights lawyer would want to consider my case

I am not sure which of these apply to me...


Treating people with disability differently is against the law. Discrimination laws are there to protect you in a variety of settings, including if you have been denied the opportunity to work, go to school, access services or public places.

A person who does not have ‘mental capacity’ may be subject to guardianship and administration orders. These orders cover accommodation, lifestyle, medical or financial decisions. We can help you to understand and be supported through this process.

It is important that your NDIS Plans includes all reasonable and necessary supports you need. If your Plan does not cover what you need, there are legal avenues that can help. We know this is a time sensitive process because not having the right services can have serious consequences.

Receiving social security payments like the Disability Support Pension is meant to make life easier for people with disabilities. But we know, that is not always the case and issues with debt or eligibility can come up. We can help you work through the process and the complex rules. 


Natalie Wade


Founder and Principal Lawyer

Specialising in human rights and civil law

"People with disability have the right to be equal, everyday. Equality Lawyers exist to uphold that right."