Room 59 Kenry House
Kingston Law School, Kingston University
Kingston upon Thames
Client Interviews take place between 5pm - 7pm on Tuesday evenings.
Area(s) of law:
Charity, Consumer, Employment, Housing
Other areas of law available
Housing law relates to tenancy/landlord disputes. Charity law relates to community and charitable ventures.
Who can access this clinic?
Local residents, individuals, charities, businesses of the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames including surrounding areas.
Information about accessibility
An accessible building
This clinic offers the following service(s)
Written Advice, Form Filling
You can access the service in the following way(s)
Summary of Service
The clinic provides an initial advice only, please contact the clinic via email at [email protected] with your legal query, leaving a brief summary of your case and a contact number. When you contact the clinic a student volunteer will telephone you to take the details of your case and the clinic manager will assess whether it is suitable, if the clinic is able to help you, you will be contacted to arrange an appointment. At your appointment you will meet two student advisers. Following this meeting your appointed advisers will research the particulars of your case, supervised by qualified legal professionals, and then send you a letter of advice within 14 days of the appointment. As well as offering a one to one advice service, the clinic also takes the service out into the local community, working with charities, community groups and resident associations to help them or their users to consider their legal rights and responsibilities or to tackle any legal issue.