Aru Legal Advice

We offer free 30-minute sessions with independent and confidential legal advice for people with family and employment law issues. Our award-winning legal clinics in our Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough offices are committed to legal excellence and social justice, providing free and personalised legal advice. Know your rights. Know your options. Many thanks to Francesca Skakel de Tees for the consultation at the ARU Virtual Family Law Clinic last week. Practical advice for a client on children`s arrangements and finances and valuable experience for our student advisor Alex Hadden. ARU Law Clinic can provide you with free legal advice on your family law issues, including: We work with lawyers, agencies and students to address some of the unmet needs for legal advice in our local communities. You can be sure that you will receive an independent and professional service. All advice and assistance will be kept strictly confidential. For those who are in March, Chapple and Co. is offering a free legal aid clinic for residents who really need free legal advice or representation.

If you are in this position, this may be an appropriate option to consider. This clinic is open on weekdays for those who can be booked after 5pm. Contact us to find out more and to book. There are 5 citizens` advice centres in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough where advice can be found. Each of them usually organizes welcome sessions open in the morning and bookable appointments in the afternoon. Please note that legal advice in our legal clinics is by appointment only. You can get advice and support Support@Court by stopping at the 2nd floor of Cambridge County Court every Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Navigating through these legal issues can be difficult in itself, and so it is often recommended to seek legal advice. If you don`t know anyone who can help you and professional legal advice seems too expensive, you can find free legal advice options in Cambridgeshire on this page. It`s also worth remembering that some law firms offer short free initial consultations that will help you determine if you will benefit from their services. Drafting wills, estates, living wills and powers of attorney is just one of the legal complexities that often arise in the care of an elderly parent. The Citizens Advice Bureau is a national charity that provides financial, ethical, business and legal advice. The service is usually run by volunteers who have specializations in each sector. You can also come to our Support@Court walk-in sessions at Cambridge County Court every Wednesday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., where our students will give you information, advice, and moral support about family court hearings.

Our student volunteers are not yet legally trained and cannot provide legal advice, but they can help you organize your documents and evidence, accompany you to court, and provide practical and emotional support. The clinics listed have informed us that they provide their service online and/or by phone or in face-to-face locations by appointment. We recommend that you contact them directly to check their current instructions for use. You can arrange a free 30-minute personal appointment with our volunteer lawyers and student advisors. This service is available year-round at the ARU campus in Cambridge. You can call 01223 698498 to chat with our friendly staff who can make an appointment for you or you can send lawclinic@anglia.ac.uk an email. There is also a webpage on the ARU website where you can send a message to the legal clinic. Home Local Age Area Cambridgeshire Free Legal Advice Legal Advice Clinics in Cambridgeshire. Contact your local center for more information and to make an appointment. Contact us by phone at 01223 698498 or by e-mail lawclinic@aru.ac.uk. Your application will be reviewed to ensure we are the right choice.

We will then contact you directly to make an appointment at the legal clinic of your choice. Make an appointment by sending an email or calling the front desk. Learn more on their website. Many thanks to Nicholas Mason of Fenners Chambers for his participation in our rotation of volunteer lawyers and counsel at our personal family law clinic this morning, supported by our student advisors Crystal King, Jordan Shaw, Olga Kyriakoudi and Aamina. This community counselling centre is based in Huntingdon, but offers outreach programmes for residents of St Neots and Wisbech. For all three hubs, the contact number and website details are the same. To book your free 30-minute appointment with our volunteer lawyers and student advisors in Cambridge or Chelmsford, please email lawclinic@aru.ac.uk or call 698498 01223. This page will be updated with details as soon as they are made available to us. Our law students gain invaluable experience working on real-life cases under the supervision of qualified lawyers.

Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) offers free, appointment-only legal clinics that benefit you and your law students. These personal appointments are limited to 30 minutes and reservations are only accepted if they feel they can help you. Appointments can be made in Peterborough or Cambridge. The legal clinic can also help complete the Family Court Application Forms (C100), and appointments for this part of the service can be made in the same manner as indicated above. Many thanks to Zanthe Meijer of Birketts LLP for the advice provided today at the ARU Virtual Labour Law Clinic, supported by our Student Advisor, Sydney L.

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