Could you spare a Wednesday evening once every 8-10 weeks to help vulnerable members of our community and provide valuable work experience to law students? If so, the University of Law would love to hear from you.
We are looking for volunteers to assist with our Employment Rights Advice Line (MERAL). MERAL is a telephone advice service which provides initial employment advice to unrepresented individuals in the Midlands. The service is operated by The University of Law Pro Bono Team from the Birmingham and Nottingham campuses.
Norfolk Community Law Service (NCLS) is a charity offering a range of civil social welfare advice from welfare benefits debt, immigration, family, migrant workers advice and domestic abuse. Their flagship service is the Free Legal Advice service where, thanks to the support of Norfolk solicitors they offer 15 minutes initial advice on family, employment and general matters. The service helps around 3,000 clients each year.
The Justice Hub is part of the University of Manchester School of Social Sciences. The hub provides free legal advice services to members of the public, whilst meeting the educational needs of their students.