Volunteer

ULLAC offers free initial legal advice on certain areas of law to people in need of legal advice, who are not eligible for legal aid and cannot afford to pay. ULLAC's service is delivered remotely using Zoom or telephone. Volunteer lawyers can work from their offices and daytime or evening appointments are available.
Chelmsford Law Clinic, working in partnership with Citizens Advice, aims to improve the availability of free legal advice to clients, who cannot afford to pay, in the Chelmsford area.
Chelmsford Law Clinic, working in partnership with Citizens Advice, aims to improve the availability of free legal advice to clients, who cannot afford to pay, in the Chelmsford area.
The University of Exeter's Community Law Clinic provides pro bono legal advice, information and support to the local community. There is no law centre in the Exeter area and high public demand combined with limited pro bono capacity in the south-west as a whole. The University of Exeter Community Law Clinic's new Care Leavers Advocacy Project offers legal advice and information to care leavers.
We provide free legal advice to clients who cannot afford to pay for advice. We are looking for solicitors with experience in wills and probate who can supervise students in advising clients. Clients are triaged by the pro bono coordinator, students then undertake legal research and design a conference plan. Students then interview the client in a team to fill in gaps and seek further documentation and draft a letter of advice, which will be guided and supervised by a volunteer solicitor to ensure legal accuracy.
We provide free legal advice to clients who cannot afford to pay for advice. We are looking for solicitors who can supervise students in advising clients with Deputy matters in the Court of Protection. Clients are triaged by the pro bono coordinator, students then undertake legal research and design a conference plan. Students then interview the client in a team to fill in gaps and seek further documentation and draft a letter of advice, which will be guided and supervised by a volunteer solicitor to ensure legal accuracy.
There is no law centre in the Exeter area and limited pro bono capacity combined with high public demand in the southwest of England as a whole. The Access to Justice Clinic is a project set up by the University of Exeter to provide pro bono legal advice and support for the local community across a range of issues including (but not limited to) housing, employment, benefits and tax credits, probate, contracts, debt, criminal law and intellectual property.
BPP’s Employment Law Telephone Advice Line (ELTAL) is a service which provides legal advice to individuals who have an employment law problem. ELTAL deals with a broad spectrum of legal issues which impact employees for example, unfair dismissal, grievances, whistleblowing and discrimination.
The weekly pro bono clinic works in partnership with Citizens Advice County Durham to provide legal advice to clients in the local Durham community. This clinic has always operated an online model, and as such, is well established to adapt to current circumstances. Due to increased demand, the clinic is looking to expand their current offering to be able to assist more clients.
There is no law centre in the Exeter area and no law firm in Exeter with an immigration legal aid contract so many migrants in the region do not receive the advice they need. The Immigration Law Clinic is a project set up by the University of Exeter Law School with support from the University of Law, Refugee Support Devon and others. The aim is to address this absence of legal advice, while giving law students first-hand experience of immigration law in practice.