Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic
With an aim of improving the availability of high quality legal advice on immigration and asylum, Duncan Lewis Solicitors will be offering regular free immigration and asylum advice through the Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic at the Strand campus, King’s College London.
The clinic is supervised by solicitors from Duncan Lewis who will interview clients with the support of student advisers from our King’s Legal Clinic.
Information for Clients:
What issues can the Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic help with?
What type of service is offered by the Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic?
The Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic can assist with a wide range of immigration matters for both European and Non-European nationals and their family members.
What days is the Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic available for appointments?
This is an appointment-only service. As such, clients need to be able to attend a face-to-face meeting with one of Duncan Lewis’s specialist solicitors at the Strand campus, King's College London.
How can you get in touch with the Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic?
The Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic only offers appointments on Tuesday evenings between 17:00 pm and 20:00 pm.
If you have an immigration or asylum matter and would like to request an appointment with a specialist solicitor from Duncan Lewis, please contact us by filling out our online form.
Information for Students:
What will I be doing as a volunteer?
How can I volunteer for the Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic?
Clients booked in for an appointment with the clinic will meet with a solicitor from Duncan Lewis who will provide them with advice verbally during the appointment.
- As a volunteer, you will read up and research the client's issue in advance of the appointment.
- Then on the day of the appointment, you will sit down with the solicitor beforehand to discuss the case.
- During the appointment you will listen and observe the solicitor advising and take notes of the advice delivered.
- You will then be required to draft a client care letter summarising the advice the client received at their appointment which will be sent out to them by Duncan Lewis one week after the appointment has taken place.
You have to be a volunteer with King's Legal Clinic to be able to work on cases that are referred to the Duncan Lewis Immigration and Asylum Clinic. You can find out more about becoming a volunteer on our students page.