London South Bank University Legal Advice Clinic

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Overview

The Legal Advice Clinic is a free public drop-in advice service staffed by LSBU law students working under the supervision of practising solicitors.

  • They provide basic information on any topic.
  • They provide generalist advice in all social welfare matters (except immigration).
  • They can direct you to appropriate local advice and legal services.
  • They provide specialist legal advice in family, housing, employment, long leaseholder matters and personal injury.

Based on dedicated and refurbished premises at Clarence Centre they provide:

  • basic information on any topic
  • generalist advise in any social welfare law matters (except immigration)
  • specialist legal advice in family, housing and employment matters

You do not have to be a student or staff member of LSBU to use the LAC.
The drop-in appointments last up to an hour. If your enquiry is too complicated for them to deal with at that time, they will try to direct you to an appropriate local service. The Clinic regrets they are unable to give advice via email or over the phone.

Sessions take place during term time only.

Open-term time:
Tuesday 27 September 22 – Friday 16 December 22
Christmas vacation: 19 December 2022 to 20 January 2023 (clinic is closed)
Tuesday 24 January 23 – Friday 31 March 23
Easter vacation: 3 April 2023 to 21 April 2023  (clinic is closed)
Tuesday 25 April 23 – Friday 5 May 23

 

 

Contact Details

Phone:
020 7815 5450

Email:
legaladvice@lsbu.ac.uk

Website:
https://www.lsbu.ac.uk/study/study-at-lsbu/our-schools/law-and-social-sciences/study/subjects/law/legal-advice-clinic

Address:
The Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation, 126 London Road, Southwark, London SE1 0AE

Other Info

Opening times:
Drop-in opening times Tuesdays: 10am–11am & 3pm–4pm Wednesdays: 10am–11am & 3pm–4pm Fridays: 10am–11am

Costs:
Free service

Disabled Access:
Yes

Other information:
Please note that the clinic is a drop-in or referral service. They do not give advice by phone or email.

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