Free Legal Advice



The Queen Mary Legal Recommendation Centre (LAC) offers free legal recommendation to members of the general public and staff and college students at Queen Mary. With some kinds of problems, it may be faster, cheaper and fewer nerve-racking to make use of mediation, arbitration or an ombudsman scheme.These are methods of resolving a legal difficulty without going to courtroom additionally called alternative dispute resolution.

Our Family E-mail Advice Line (FEAL) is a FREE service offering impartial, written legal recommendation on all family points. This page offers an outline of the forms of legal advice accessible and where to get recommendation. We now have collated a listing of internet sites that provide information about legal points, together with professional bono organisations and sources of recommendation and information.

You can have a FREE individual interview with a specialist employment lawyer who will advise you, with follow-up in writing. Some advice centres, comparable to law centres, are staffed by solicitors and different specialist caseworkers, and might provide free legal advice.

Legal advisers are people who are trained within the law that can assist you with your downside. We do not undertake casework or signify clients in the courts or at tribunals, however we can refer you to different free legal recommendation providers who’re capable of supply representation.

All advice is given by telephone at weekly clinics held on Wednesday evenings throughout the year (fortnightly during July and August). We will however, provide you with the details of different free legal advice companies that might be able to assist.