Kent Legal Clinic is a student law clinic based at the University of Kent, providing pro bono legal advice and representation services to individuals and small unfunded community groups based in the county of Kent. Our aims are to enhance the legal education of our students by involving them in the provision of legal services to clients and to make a contribution to access to justice.
The St James Legal Advice Centre has clinics at Muswell Hill and Wood Green, North London, on a walk-in basis on Saturday mornings, and appointment-only clinics on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The Advice Centre offers free legal advice and support on all areas of civil law including benefits, housing, employment, consumer, debt, and land, as well as specialist immigration advice.
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.
The Islington Legal Advice Centre provides free legal advice at weekly drop in sessions on Thursday evenings at 7pm in the Crypt of St Mary's Church on Upper Street. The service is available to Islington residents but individuals from other boroughs will not be excluded. For the past 12 months, an online service has been offered too.
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.