University of Law London Legal Advice Centre

In light of the current and ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, few clinics in the LawWorks Clinics Network are currently offering face-to-face advice.

The clinics listed have indicated to us that they are delivering their service online and/or by phone, or in locations face-to-face by appointment. We would recommend that you contact them directly to check their current operating procedure.

This page will be updated with details as they are made available to us.



University of Law, Pro Bono Dept, London Bloomsbury
14 Store Street
Phone number:

Opening Times

01483 216528 (24h answerphone) please leave a brief message stating: your name; contact number and the nature of your legal query (family, small business or referral information). We aim to return your call within 72 hours of receiving your message, but this may not always be possible. Or email us at for family and referral information) or for small business enquiries, with the same information required above.
Area(s) of law:
Contract, Corporate Structure, Data protection, Family, Intellectual property

Other areas of law available

•Privacy •Shareholder entitlement •Company set-up •Restructuring •Trademark & registered designs •General patent •Partners Child contact •Parental responsibility •Divorce •Ancillary relief •Shared care •Parenting agreements •Court applications

Who can access this clinic?

General public, England only. Please note there is no geographical limit to our service as it is delivered virtually and funded centrally by the University of Law.

Information about accessibility

Our service is delivered online and via phone

This clinic offers the following service(s)

Initial Advice

You can access the service in the following way(s)

Telephone, Online

Summary of Service

Our service is delivered using Zoom or telephone. Prior to your advice appointment, trained student advisers will take initial details of your case. Please note that you will not receive advice at this point. This information is then sent to a volunteer lawyer to confirm whether we can help you. If so, we will book you an appointment to receive legal advice from a volunteer lawyer. During the advice session student advisers are always present to observe and assist the volunteer lawyer. If we cannot advise you, we refer you to other sources of help. We do not provide casework or representation and cannot assist with complex or urgent cases. To access our service please call our phone line and leave a message with your name, number and email address and also tell us briefly what area of law you wish to be advised on. You can also email us the following details: Name; Date of Birth; Phone number; Email; Urgency, Area of law and a short summary.