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This free online training provided by GamCare is suitable for professionals across all sectors working in the East of England, especially those who work with women and families. During this 1.5 hour FREE Zoom training session, they will cover more about gambling-related harm, risk factors, impacts, and how to identify and support people affected.
Norfolk Community Law Service is recruiting a Family Law Solicitor to provide legal advice and casework to clients of their Family Court Support, Domestic Abuse Advice and Free Legal Advice services. This post is to cover maternity leave for up to 12 months, ideally beginning the week of 27th January 2020.
Milk, Bread & Legal Advice? A fortnightly surgery in Tescos allows visitors to add free legal advice to their shopping list.
Although the much-hyped concept of ‘Tesco Law’ failed to gain much steam, Camilla Choudhury-Khawaja, director of legal consultancy The Women’s Lawyer, has created a different version of supermarket law by offering free legal advice in Tesco Extra, Watford.
(Author: Laura Cassidy, Fundraising and Development Manager at the Access to Justice Foundation) Find out about the sponsored legal walks happening around the country and how you can get involved. Organised by Legal Support Trusts around the country, legal walks raise funds for free legal advice charities. If you are a charity that offers free legal advice or offers support to litigants in person (e.g PSU), you can 100% fundraise for your organisation.
Judi Lincoln, Advice & Volunteer Manager at the Norfolk Community Law Service tells us about their Family Court Support Service (FCSS) for private law, child contact matters.