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WESTMINSTER & HOLBORN Legal Advice Agencies
This page links members of the public to the websites of free legal advice services in or near Westminster and Holborn.
The services’ names are listed alphabetically, with the relevant areas of law listed underneath.
Please click the name of the relevant service to view information on their website, including contact details and how to book an appointment.
Legal Advice Clinics
This clinic provides free housing advice.
This clinic provides free business, family and housing advice, email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.
This organisation provides free legal advice in the areas of: debt, education, benefits, housing and immigration.
This clinic provides free legal advice in the areas of: employment, housing, family, intellectual property and mediation.
This organisation provides free legal advice in the areas of: employment, housing, small claims, consumer, and family.
qLegal is a Queen Mary University of London legal clinic and provides free business law advice, workshops and online resources to entrepreneurs.
This organisation provides family law advice to individuals, including in relation to divorce and disputes involving children.
South Westminster Legal Advice Clinic
This clinic provides free legal advice in the areas of: family, civil litigation, corporate and commercial, health and safety, tax and VAT, wills and probate and insurance. email email@example.com to book an appointment.
University of Law London Legal Advice Centre
The London clinics provide free legal advice in the areas of: contract, corporate structure, data protection, family and intellectual property.
United Legal Access
This organisation provides Windrush compensation support. email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment.
Other Advice Agencies
Advocate helps to find free legal assistance from volunteer barristers.
Individuals can self-refer short employment tribunal cases to FRU.
FRU also accepts referrals via local referral agencies for employment tribunals, benefit appeals and criminal injury compensation cases.
Individuals can self-refer to LawWorks' Welfare Benefits Appeal Project for tribunal representation.
LawWorks also accepts referrals via local referral agencies for benefit appeals and employment tribunals.
Separately, LawWorks facilitates legal advice to small charities and not-for-profits. Visit www.lawworks.org.uk/legal-advice-not-profits for further details.
Support Through Court
Support Through Court helps people who face court alone so that they can represent themselves to the best of their abilities.