A much needed service

Our University of Bristol Law Clinic provides students with the chance to offer free legal advice and support to members of the public under the supervision of Law School staff.

Important note

We are currently working to capacity in the Law Clinic and, therefore, there is likely to be a delay before we can get back to you. Realistically we may not be able to take on any new cases until early May. For new cases taken on at that time, there may be a delay of up to 2-3 weeks before we can arrange an appointment with you.

Pro-bono consultancy areas include:

  • Housing/property landlord-tenant disputes
  • Employment law and disputes
  • Consumer/sale of goods and services
  • General contract/tort
  • Problems with the police
  • Welfare benefits and social security law

We cannot help with:

  • Immigration
  • Debt advice
  • Family cases involving money, property, and/or child protection issues
  • Cases involving allegations of discrimination
  • Cases outside the scope of the supervisors’ experience or too complex for the students

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Contact us

Executive Assistant: Louise Chalice
Administrative Assistant: Liz Brealey
Telephone: 0117 394 0082
Email: bristol-lawclinic@bristol.ac.uk

Or submit your enquiry through our enquiry form.

Address: University of Bristol Law Clinic, 8-10 Berkeley Square, Bristol BS8 1HH (no drop in service available).

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