As a part of our training programme for the lawyers of the long run, The College of Law pro bono programme gives free legal advice to members of the general public. All recommendation is given by phone at weekly clinics on Monday evenings during time period time. In case your case is accepted we are going to prepare an appointment for you to visit the Legal Advice Centre. You might also be able to get legal advice from different professionals such as accountants or different organisations corresponding to commerce unions and motoring organisations.
BLAC holds monthly clinics in Brighton where recommendation is given by volunteer specialist property lawyers. All recommendation is given by phone throughout weekly clinics on Wednesday evenings between 6pm and 8pm throughout the year. A letter of advice is then sent to you – detailing your place and your subsequent steps.
Recommendation within the BLAC clinic is by attendance at the clinic on an appointment solely basis and topic to your offering copies of all related paperwork prematurely. Please be aware that we aren’t in a position to provide recommendation on any matter referring to debt administration, crime, immigration, professional negligence, Court of Protection or the drafting of wills.
The students will then provide preliminary recommendation in writing under the strict supervision of a solicitor. For those who need legal assist or recommendation to kind out an issue, it’s not all the time necessary to consult a legal adviser. All advice is given in writing and is carefully supervised by a practising solicitor, College tutor or our exterior supervising solicitors if acceptable.
Advice is given by absolutely qualified specialist employment law solicitors, who work on a voluntary foundation. All advice is given in writing after interview and beneath the strict supervision of qualified workers. A scholar will then telephone you back and interview you over the phone gathering all relevant details.