LawWorks Clinics Network
The LawWorks Clinics Network is a nationwide network of free legal advice sessions which LawWorks supports . Clinics provide free initial advice to individuals on various areas of law including social welfare issues, employment law, housing matters and consumer disputes.
What happens at a clinic appointment?
Clients usually have 15-45 minutes to explain an issue and receive basic advice on the next steps to take. Some clinics may also offer to draft a letter.
There is also a list of Frequently asked questions
What to bring to a clinic appointment?
- A short, concise summary of the issue;
- A short list of questions that you would like answered; and
- Any documents (copies are best) relating to your issue.
How to find your local clinic:
To find your local clinic, type your postcode / town on the Google Map below or look for your town on the list that follows. Once you have searched on the map, click on the title to see the LawWorks page for the clinic, or click on the website link for the external website.
If there isn't a clinic nearby or one that is suitable:
If you cannot find a service which is suitable then you might be able to find advice via the following websites:
You can also access our Referrals List to view a list of agencies who may be able to assist you. You can see general information on accessing legal advice via the Advice Now website and the Direct Legal Service website.
The clinics are listed alphabetically by town / city. Scroll down to find your town, or write your town or postcode in the map above.
There are also some national helplines available, listed at the bottom of the page.
Please note that law clinics in Scotland are supported by LawWorks Scotland
LONDON (Listed by borough)
Kensington and Chelsea
Richmond Upon Thames
Newcastle upon Tyne
NATIONAL (TELEPHONE ADVICE LINE AND EMAIL/LETTER WRITING CLINICS>>
Competition Pro Bono Scheme
Liberty Letters Clinic and Advice Line
Rights of Women Advice Line (For Women Only)