Looking for free legal advice? City, University of London provides free legal advice to members of the public.
We are registered as a LawWorks clinic. The Clinic helps our students acquire the skills and experience they will need to practise as lawyers. Advice will be given by fully qualified lawyers or postgraduate students.
Areas we may be able to help with:
- Housing and Landlord and Tenant - public and private – (tenants only)
- Contract disputes
- Sale of Goods
- Neighbour disputes (nuisance)
- Clinical Negligence
- Personal Injury
- Small Claims
Apologies we are unable to help with urgent matters. All of our advice is given in writing after an appointment with the client. If we can advise on your matter, we will aim to have a letter with you within 3 weeks of your appointment.
Please complete this online form to send your enquiry to The City University Free Legal Advice Clinic.
We will get back to you within 5 working days.
We are still operating our community clinic please call 020 7928 9521 if you have a housing or an employment matter and we may be able to help you with a legal advice appointment.
All appointments are virtual.
If your company has financial problems, we can assist with the following:
- Advice on the law and procedure in the winding up court
- How to make or respond to a winding up petition
- Representation on your behalf before the winding up court
- What will happen after a winding up order is made
- How to apply for a validation order, rescission/appeal of a winding up order
- Provide you with guides on how to make the applications at 5) above and how to write a witness statement
Please email Company Insolvency Clinic on email@example.com.
We also provide free legal help for Litigants-in-Person (LiPs) appearing before the winding up court on Wednesdays. We operate from Consultation Room 17 in the High Court, Rolls Building, Fetter Lane, London.
We will arrange a conference with a barrister via Zoom.
We aim to comply with the professional standards applicable to the legal profession. However, we are not regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and do not hold ourselves out to be a solicitor's practice.
During the COVID-19 crisis, we are still offering free legal advice, but all appointments will take place Virtually using video or telephone conferencing.