Published 17/06/2019 by Stacey Lamb
All of Toynbee Hall's operations have now returned to its original East End site, including a brand new advice and wellbeing centre.
The PSU is opening a part-time satellite service in Southend-on-Sea.
A recent presentation through the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) examines how chatbots can be used to guide and direct litigants in person to useful online resources, guides and information.
Legal Choices is a website which was set up by the legal services regulators to act as an independent source of public legal education on access to the legal services market. Its aim is to increase access to legal advice and representation.
In essence, Legal Design reformats the presentation of legal advice, information services and resources in a way which makes it easily accessible and understandable. Legal design puts the users of the system at the heart of its considerations and develops services and products based solely on their needs, understanding and likely user journey.
As part of its work around improving access to justice for individuals, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is providing a second tier advice line on discrimination and human rights issues for those supporting individuals with complaints that might involve discrimination or human rights.
From the creators of the hugely popular RightsNet comes Advice Local - a new signposting service which identifies local advice information and services.
Search for a legal adviser or family mediator with a legal aid contract in England and Wales.
RCJ Advice, one of the LIP Support Strategy Partners, has been funded by the latest round of the Tampon Tax Fund to expand access to legal advice for women experiencing domestic abuse through the provision of phone and email consultancy advice, digital tools, and an online forum for the front line workers who assist women. Alison Lamb, Chief Executive at RCJ Advice, provides an introduction to the project.
Advicelocal is a new postcode tool that can help with questions relating to seven areas of law - welfare benefits and tax credits; council tax; debt and money advice; housing and homelessness; employment and work issues; disability and social care; and asylum and immigration. Enter a postcode and choose an advice topic to find tailored information for a particular area, including key local authority resources and details of local independent advice organisations.
We are starting to create a signposting page with links for finding free legal advice around the UK. If you are aware of any websites we can add to this page please use the comment feature below or email email@example.com.
The Bar Standards Board has developed a comprehensive guide for consumers about what to expect from a barrister. ‘Using a barrister’ features useful information to help consumers understand what a barrister is, what they do and how they may be able to help.