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The impact of covid-19 on access to justice: stories from the frontline

The King's Legal Clinic is pleased to announce a series of events exploring the impact of Covid-19 on access to justice. 

Here at King's, we know that it is relatively easy to find a webinar to engage with complex legal arguments around the impact of Covid-19. However, it is much more difficult to find out what is really happening on the ground. This series will address the real-life impact of this pandemic on the justice system. 

Whether you’re a student, prospective student, legal professional or an interested party there will be something of interest for you.

About King's Legal Clinic

King’s Legal Clinic aims to improve access to justice through a range of activities including; providing free legal advice to members of the public through its Legal Advice Clinic; and working with local and international organisations on research and justice projects.

In the Legal Advice Clinic, our law students work under the supervision of qualified lawyers, interview clients, analyse their legal problems and research the issues involved. Clients are then sent a written letter of advice, normally within two weeks of the initial interview.

The Legal Advice Clinic is presently not taking on any new cases, we will be considering new cases from September 2020. The welfare and health of our clients and students is of the utmost importance to us. In light of Covid-19, we will be delivering our services in the most appropriate and safe way. This will include offering services online, by phone and where it is safe, and circumstances permit, face to face. We are committed to serving our community and will support our clients to access our services.

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