Nottingham Law School’s Legal Advice Centre offers free legal advice and assistance on a range of both commercial and private client legal issues.
Students at Nottingham Law School gain practical knowledge by providing the local community with free legal advice, while supervised by qualified Centre staff.
The Centre was the first SRA regulated teaching law firm in the country.
About the Centre
Nottingham Law School’s Legal Advice Centre is a teaching law firm, granted Alternative Business Structure (ABS) status in 2015 by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Find out about the staff in the Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre. Read about what their day-to-day roles involve and get their contact information.
Where are we
The Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Centre is based on Level 1 in the Chaucer building at Nottingham Trent University’s City campus.
Over the last five years, we have recovered over £4.5 million in compensation / benefit for our clients in six years. Since its inception, over 2,100 student volunteers have worked in the Centre for over 1,900 clients.
Find out about upcoming events at the Legal Advice Centre. You can join us on social media @NLSProBono to keep up-to-date.
Nottingham’s ‘teaching law firm’ recoups more than £3m in benefits and compensation for local community
More than £3 million in benefits and compensation has been recovered for members of the Nottinghamshire community by the Legal Advice Centre at Nottingham Law School in the last five years.
13 March 2019