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How to make a complaint

Complaints must be in writing.

You can send us a complaint by email, facsimile or post outlining the details of your concerns by using the electronic word version of our complaint form (DOC, 521.0 KB).

When using the electronic version of the complaint form, open the document  and complete the form on screen. You can then save the form to your computer and email it to us along with any attachments at:  You will automatically receive an email to confirm that we received your form.

If you have numerous attachments, we would prefer that you send the complaint and attachments by post.

If you wish to make a hand written complaint, you can use the PDF version of the complaint form (PDF, 328.1 KB).

Alternatively ring us on 07 3564 7726 (or if you are ringing from outside Brisbane, on 1300 655 754) to ask us to send you a copy by post or collect a copy from the Commission's office (see contact details).

The Commission is unable to accept complaints received via an online storage service such as OneDrive, Dropbox, Icloud, Google Drive etc.


When making a complaint it is very important that you:

  • identify (if you can) the lawyer or other person you are complaining about;
  • describe the conduct you are concerned about, the more detail you can provide, the better; and
  • provide us with any material you believe will support your complaint.

Please remember to complete the declaration on the complaint form, and attach photocopies of any relevant documentation. Do not send us original documents unless we ask for them.

Complaints about legal costs

For more information regarding concern of a costs nature, the following fact sheets we recommend reading for assistance:

Last reviewed
10 April 2019
Last updated
10 April 2019

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