Legal Advice Centre

The University of Greenwich, Legal Advice Centre is a free online & face-to-face law clinic which is run by the department of Law and Criminology.

Need free legal advice?


If you have a non-urgent legal issue and need some initial advice, you can request an appointment for one of our free online or face-to-face advice sessions.

About the Law Clinic

The clinic is staffed with two solicitors, and an administrator. Law students are trained as Student Advisers recruited from the 2nd and 3rd year law and master's programmes. The service also recruits volunteer lawyers who supervise some of the advice work. 

Major national law firm Womble Bond Dickinson provides supervision of the small business clinic and other employability benefits to the Greenwich law students.

  • I felt so alone, but the students were so friendly and knowledgeable and my claim was successful.

    - Legal Advice Centre client

  • The free service is provided at the same standard as any legal practice and is a real help to people who no longer qualify for legal aid following cuts to public funding.

    - Volunteer Lawyer

  • I absolutely loved the PIP form filling service; a great help to the community.

    - Legal Advice Centre client

Contact us

Our services are delivered using Zoom video conferencing, phone, or face to face (where it is safe to do so). 

For the foreseeable future we expect to deliver our services using Zoom due to COVID19 restrictions in place. 

If you are not able to use zoom, please let us know and we will make alternative arrangements to ensure you can access our service if your case is suitable.

To request an appointment, please complete our contact form.

Our partners

  • Lawworks

  • Greenwich council

  • Womble Bond Dickinson