Assembly Meetings

Are you ready to attend a Common Law Assembly in your Region? You’ve come to the right place. We list all Assemblies here. Click on the link below to register to attend an Assembly near you:


Click here to Read the Assembly Constitution

Click here to sign the Charter to Establish and Maintain a Common Law Assembly

Find an assembly near you:

If there is no assembly near you, why not start one? It’s easy. You can start an assembly with just to or more people and then watch it grow! Click here to learn how to get started:

* Brisbane Central
* Bundaberg North
* Cairns
* Caboolture
* Gold Coast
* Gympie
* Ingham/Cardwell
* Ipswich
* Logan, Bris Sth
* Moreton
* Noosa
* Sth Burnett
* Sunshine Coast
* Townsville
* Whitsunday
* Bega Valley
* Blue Knob
* Blue Mountains
* Central Coast
* Coffs Harbour
* Goulburn-Birrigai
* Hunter
* Lake Macquarie
* Snowy Mountains Tumut
* South Sydney
* Southern Highlands
* Sydney Central
* Northern Beaches Sydney
* Western Sydney
* Warrawee
* Wollongong
* Bendigo
* Castlemaine
* Cobram
* Croydon
* Emerald
* Eureka
* Geelong
* Mildura
* Swan Hill
* Traralgon
* Upper Ovens
*Hobart* Adelaide* Albany
* Kalgoorlie
* Perth
* Margaret River
Who will start one in ACT?Who will start one in NT?

New Zealand

We welcome our brothers and sisters across the ‘ditch’ continuing our proud ANZAC traditions and spirit.

If you are a Kiwi and wish to help save your country from the Communist infestation and destruction of your nation, we invite you to visit NZCLA – New Zealand Common law Assemblies.

Visit the original NZCLA

At NZCLA we live within the two basic principles of Common law, and have four cornerstones upon we which we are assisting communities throughout our nation to build a solid foundation for our future.
Two Principles of Common law
Common law is the law of the land. It has two basic principles:
1. Do no harm (no harm, no foul, no loss)
2. Take responsibility for your own actions.

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