Brunel Domestic Abuse Law Clinic
helping people escaping from abusive relationships to obtain the legal advice, representation and protection
Brunel Domestic Abuse Law Clinic is a free service which aims to help people escaping from abusive relationships to obtain the legal advice and representation to get protection.
The clinic is a partnership between Brunel Law School and National Legal Service, the largest legal aid provider for domestic abuse cases in England. It is run under the Brunel Legal Advice Centre which provides a pro bono service to the community to help improve access to justice, and enables our Law students to get practical legal experience whilst providing a service to the community.
Anjali Kemwal, Solicitor and Brunel Law School Pro-Bono Co-ordinator, SHERA's Dr Adrienne Barnett, Reader in Law and Family Law module leader, and Kirsty Richards, a Director of NLS and Head of the Family Law Department set up the clinic.
Open every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11:30am.
To find out more or to book an appointment please email: email@example.com
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