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Bpp Free Legal Advice

You must have a legal issue that falls into the categories of our projects You must not receive legal advice or assistance from another provider Our consulting services are mainly provided online or by phone, but appointments in the center may be available subject to restrictions. After the meeting, your designated advisors will research the details of your case under the supervision of qualified lawyers and then send you a letter with their legal advice. We strive to send letters no later than two weeks after the date of your appointment. We offer a range of free legal advice and support services across the UK.BUSINESS – I need advice on my business CONSUMERS – I need advice to consumers DEBT – I have a debt problem ENFORCEMENT OF A JUDGMENT – for example. I owe money FAMILY – I have a family or divorce problem HOUSING – I have a housing problem or a neighborhood conflict PARKING – I want to dispute my ticket TRANSLATION – I need a legal translation or interpretation WELL-BEING – I need help with a welfare form WELL-BEING – I need help with a call I need advice on an environmental law issue I need legal advice on another topic Phone: 0330 060 3444 Email: legalhelp@my.bpp.com Write to us at: 68-70 Red Lion Street, London WC1R 4NY Unfortunately, there is a great demand for free legal advice. All requests are important to us, but the time frame depends on the area of law and the availability of supervisors. For more instructions, contact the individual project. Our service is completely free. Please note that BLAC does not offer walk-in sessions and no advice is given at the appointment itself. There is no charge for our legal services. However, there may be fees for expenses such as court fees.

We will always let you know in advance. All of our projects are carried out by BPP University students, who are supervised by fully qualified lawyers dedicated to providing accurate and timely legal services. All of our legal advice clinics meet the quality standard of advice. Our projects are not able to provide short-term legal services. Please click here for other services outside of BPP. As a rule, our projects are limited to pure advice. Priority is given to those who would not otherwise have access to legal services (e.g., because of their income or location). Many of us have legal problems, but don`t know how or where to get advice. BPP Legal Advice Clinic (BLAC) is here to help. The projects of the BPP Pro Bono Centre are accessible to all individuals and community groups. However, to access our Services: All of our Services are completely confidential, so we will not share your disability/access needs with anyone outside of the BPP Pro Bono Center. You can access our services free of charge if you meet the following criteria: The listed clinics 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. We offer you an online or personal appointment and try to meet your wishes. If your appointment takes place online and you are put in touch with two study advisors. Full membership instructions will be sent to you and you will only need access to a computer or phone. Email: blacm@my.bpp.com Tel: 0161 235 7180 BPP University, St James Building, 79 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 6FQ This page will be updated with details as soon as they are made available to us. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have a disability or special access needs. We will do everything we can to make adjustments to your needs, even if you need a phone appointment or large print documents. The type of support we may offer may vary depending on the service you request, so please contact us using our central contact details. We will ensure that the employee responsible for the project is informed of your needs and that this employee then contacts you (using your preferred contact method) to discuss the support we can offer you. Email: LACLeeds@my.bpp.com Tel: 0113 3868 257 BPP University, Whitehall 2, Whitehall Quay, Leeds, LS1 4HR Our legal advice clinics are located in London, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester and cover a wide range of areas of law (but not all areas of law are covered in all locations). If you are not at our on-site centers, we may be able to offer appointments online. All dates are subject to availability.

Our services are provided by BPP volunteer university students under the guidance of qualified lawyers. If we can help you, we will contact you to make an appointment. Please note that our service is limited by expertise, resources and availability. Unfortunately, we cannot help everyone who contacts us. The BPP Legal Advice Clinic continues to operate online throughout the pandemic. Our online appointments are very popular and so we will continue to offer them to clients who are not based in a centre or where face-to-face clinics are not available. Personal appointments are offered as soon as government restrictions and BPP centres allow and are subject to availability. All students and staff are required to sign a confidentiality agreement. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have a disability or special access needs. We will do everything we can to make adjustments to your needs, even if you need a phone appointment or large print documents.

The type of support we may provide may vary depending on the service you request, so please contact us via the email address or phone number on this website. We will ensure that the employee responsible for the project is informed of your needs and that this employee then contacts you (using your preferred contact method) to discuss the support we can offer you. Appointments are possible during the semester period. When you contact your local clinic, one of our student clerks will call you to find out the details of your case and the clinic director will assess whether it is suitable for our students.