The Free Legal Advice Clinic
The Legal Advice Clinic is a free service offered to the students and staff of the University of Leicester.
The legal advice clinic advises on employment law and landlord/tenant issues.
To book an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Clinic
The concept of pro bono work is a country wide initiative with the intention of providing free and impartial legal advice to those in need. The University of Leicester Pro Bono Group has been successfully providing legal advice free of charge to students and employees of the University for many years. The clinic at University of Leicester is unique as we offer the only legal advice clinic in the country which is completely run by students.
The clinic is committed to providing helpful and accurate advice to our clients and, in reaching this aim, our advisors receive training of the highest standards and only dedicated students are selected for this prestigious role. Although it is ensured that our advisors are competent, all sessions are supervised by legal academics and professors, further enhancing the possibility of solving each of our clients’ problems.
In the event that a client presents a problem which does not fall within one of our areas of competence our advisors will make a referral to a local solicitor specialising in the area of law concerned.
Areas of Advice
The clinic provides legal advice in several areas of law which we believe may prove to be relevant for our potential clients. These areas are:
Landlord and Tenant Law
If you think your problem does not fit under one of these headings you can still come and see us- we may still be able to advise you or refer you to people who can.
The clinic cannot advise on actions against the University of Leicester, including the Student’s Union and the Halls of Residences
Appointments and Opening Hours
The University of Leicester Legal Advice Clinic is open from October 31st 2012
To make an appointment please email email@example.com
For any other questions or concerns please contact David Roberts, director of the Legal Advice Clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location Appointments will be held in rooms 214 and 215 in the Ken Edwards Building.
If for any reason you cannot attend the appointment slot you have been designated please contact Hayley and we will be happy to rearrange your appointment if required.
It should be noted that sometimes it is not possible to provide a solution to your problem at the initial interview; however a second meeting will be scheduled at a convenient date for you where advice will be issued and explained fully. A letter detailing the advice you received will be sent to you shortly after each meeting to ensure that problems will not be caused due to the information being misunderstood or forgotten.