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What are community legal advice Centres?

What are community legal advice Centres?

Community Legal Advice Centres Centres give free, generalized, face-to-face legal advice at an initial appointment and further specialized advice for people eligible for legal aid. Centres are jointly funded by the Legal Services Commission and local councils.

Is legal advice free UK?

Law centres offer free legal advice in their centres across the country. They cover topics such as benefits, employment, housing, immigration and asylum, discrimination and debt. To find your local centre, visit the Law Centres Network website.

Where can I get free legal advice in Sheffield?

The Citizens Advice Centre provides confidential, independent, impartial and free. Visit the Citizens Advice Sheffield website. The School works in partnership with the Personal Support Unit (PSU) at the Sheffield Combined Court Centre. The PSU provide support to unrepresented litigants, inexperienced court users, witnesses and family members.

Where can I get community legal advice in the UK?

It comprises a telephone helpline, advice centres and a series of advice leaflets. Its services also previously included an informational website whose functions were taken over by the Ministry of Justice site in February 2011. See:

Where is the Citizens Advice and Law Centre in Sheffield?

Citizens Advice Sheffield & Law Centre. The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield S1 4FW. Citizens Advice Sheffield is the trading name of Sheffield Citizens Advice and Law Centre Limited. Copyright © 2021 Citizens Advice Sheffield.

When did legal aid start offering community legal advice?

Community Legal Advice is a free and confidential advice service paid for by legal aid. They have been helping people deal with their legal problems since 2004.