Law students from the University of Bedfordshire are offering free legal support and guidance to the public through the Law Clinic.
The Law Clinic is a student-led initiative based at the Luton campus which gives students the chance to work with real clients on legal matters around housing, consumer and employment law.
Students receive training before working with clients and they are supported by staff from the University’s Department of Law & Finance.
Senior Tutor from the Department of Law & Finance Samira Hussain said: “Our students really enjoy working in the Law Clinic. It is their chance to put everything they learn from their studies into practice, and it also gives local people the chance to get legal support completely free of charge.”
The students offer face-to-face or phone appointments, to be booked in advance, on the following days:
To make an appointment, please email or email@example.com or call 07702 338684 (24 hour voicemail facility).
*Please note that the Law Clinic will not accept any cases which are in conflict with the University of Bedfordshire.
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