We provide free or low cost consultations across a broad range of legal issues. These include employment rights, business law, housing, property and environmental law, welfare rights and tribunal and court representation. Contact us with your enquiry today.
How we can help you
Our range of services include:
- employment rights
- business law
- housing, property and environmental law
- debt and welfare rights
- tribunal and court representation
Business and Enterprise Law Service
As part of our Business and Enterprise Law Service, we also offer low-cost legal assistance on a range of business issues, including:
- preparing terms and conditions
- drafting leases.
We also provide an environmental law service, which assists individuals and community groups in environmental law cases. We offer this in conjunction with the Environmental Law Foundation and local law firms.
Free Representation Unit
The Centre runs in conjunction with the Free Representation Unit (FRU). Students represent clients at employment and social security tribunals, with supervision from our staff.
We run regular drop-in clinics covering the following legal issues:
- intellectual property for designers / inventors / makers
- employment law
- housing / property
The Legal Advice Centre has recovered over £3 Million for its clients.
These resources describe the law in general terms. They are not intended to provide legal advice on specific situations and should not be relied upon as a source of legal advice.
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The Free Representation Unit (FRU)
FRU is a London-based charity that provides legal advice and representation to clients in employment and social security tribunals and benefit appeals.
Nottingham Women’s Centre
Nottingham Women’s Centre offers women a safe and supportive environment to help them gain confidence and become more independent. The Centre organises training, counselling and activities to assist with the wellbeing of women across Nottinghamshire.
LawWorks is a charity working in England and Wales to connect volunteer lawyers with people in need of legal advice.
Advocate is a charity which finds free legal help from barristers.
Solicitors Regulation Authority
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) regulates solicitors in England and Wales.