Law Centres provide an independent legal advice and representation service. They employ solicitors and specialists in areas of ‘social welfare’ law to help individuals and communities.
Law Centres focus on providing legal services to people who may be marginalised in society or who are experiencing discrimination. Most of their clients are disadvantaged. Their aim is to discover the underlying causes of problems and take a holistic approach to solving those problems for both the client and the community. All Law Centres employ solicitors and many are specialists in equality and discrimination law. Law Centres are funded by the Legal Services Commission and Local Councils. Community Projects are often funded by Trusts and Charities such as the Big Lottery Fund.http://www.lawcentres.org.uk/lawcentres/
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