Volunteer

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.
Durham LawWorks Pro Bono Society clinic, made up of student volunteers, operates to provide legal advice to the individuals and small businesses of Durham.
The Ealing Advice Service is the main advice provider in Ealing and a leading not-for-profit advice innovator in West London.
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.
South West London Law Centres is an independent registered charity which gives individuals and communities legal advice and support both by Legal Aid and through 15 pro bono clinics.
Centre 70 is an Advice and Counselling Service. We provide free, impartial, confidential and independent advice on social welfare law.
The Personal Support Unit (PSU) is a charity supporting people who do not have professional legal representation in several courts across the UK. Due to government cuts to legal aid our services are in demand now more than ever.
Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre provides preliminary legal advice on a range of areas of law.
BPP Legal Advice Clinic runs a pro bono family law appointment advice clinic providing free, independent high quality advice to for clients with family law issues.