Volunteer

The South Westminster Legal Advice Centre provides free legal advice to those unable to afford it, on a wide range of issues. The Centre is entirely run by volunteers.
Birmingham City University Law Clinic provides one off advice from family law practitioners to clients unable to instruct their own representative.
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.
United Legal Access is a virtual legal advice clinic providing online initial legal advice.
Free Legal Advice Group for Domestic Violence (FLAG DV) is a charity offering free 30 minute appointments for clients in the Thames Valley region who are experiencing domestic abuse. Currently appointments are being offered by telephone only.
The Ealing Advice Service is the main advice provider in Ealing and a leading not-for-profit advice innovator in West London.
The Citizens Advice network provides the advice people need for the problems they face and improves the policies and practices that affect people's lives.
Rights of Women are a women’s charity working to help women through the law. They provide women with the legal advice and information they need to understand and use the law and their legal rights.
The clinic operates in partnership with Manchester Settlement at the New Roundhouse in Openshaw, a community in which there are many challenges, including high levels of poverty, illiteracy and unemployment.