Legal Advice Clinic

The Legal Advice Clinic provides free legal advice to the public.

Areas of Advice:

Housing Law (Landlord and Tenant issues)

Employment Law

Contract Law

Wills and Probate

Family Law 

Consumer Law 

 

Opening Hours:

Tuesday evening: 17.00 - 19.00

Wednesday afternoon: 14.00 – 16.00

Thursday evening: 17.00 - 19.00

 

Second and final year law students can apply to become legal advisers in the Clinic. First years can volunteer to become clinic administrators. Or, if you would prefer to work in the clinic as part of your degree, you can sign up to “Clinical Legal Skills”, a final year optional module on the LLB. 

The work of an adviser involves researching a client’s legal issue, interviewing the client and then advising in person and in a letter. Each step is fully supervised by a qualified solicitor. 

The Clinic is a diverse and inclusive environment, and we welcome applications from any Leicester Law School student who is prepared to work hard and demonstrate their commitment to the Clinic. 

For more information about the Clinic, or to book an client appointment, please see the Clinic page: www.le.ac.uk/legal-advice

Legal Advice Clinic director, Hannah Richards

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