Liverpool Law Clinic provides free and confidential legal advice to members of the public.
The assistance we offer is intended to complement other legal provision and support services in the community to help with particular problem areas.
Under the supervision of our in-house legal team of qualified lawyers, final year Law students can attain direct, practical experience of advising or representing real clients with genuine cases. Applying legal knowledge and considered legal advice to volunteer projects, our students have a practical and in-depth experience and enhance their employability skills in a wide range of practice areas.
Free and confidential legal advice and support in child arrangement cases.
Statelessness and Asylum/EEA Service
Legal advice and representation for asylum claimants and stateless individuals.
Children with Disabilities and Long-term Illness
Free and confidential advice from the University's volunteer solicitors and Law Students.
Partnerships with CABs and Law Centres . Find out more.
Our students contribute to work on high profile cases undertaken by local law firms.
The Law Clinic is operated by in-house solicitors and a barrister who specialise in different areas of law and a team of adminstrative staff.