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About King's Legal Clinic


Welcome to King’s Legal Clinic, a free to use advice-only legal service based in The Dickson Poon School of Law on the Strand Campus. We provide free legal advice to members of the public and staff and students at King’s.

Our King's Legal Clinic offers general advice on a range of issues which could include the following types of things:

  • Whether you can terminate a tenancy agreement early;
  • how you might enforce the terms of a will; and
  • what becoming a trustee for a charity might involve. 

The Clinic also offers legal advice in a range of specialist areas and works with leading law firms to run clinics focused on: 

Our law students work under the supervision of qualified lawyers, interviewing clients, analysing their legal problems and researching the issues involved in their client’s case. Clients are then sent a written letter of advice, normally within two weeks of the initial interview.   

Benefits for King’s students 

Students gain valuable pro bono work experience and a range of transferable skills through participation in the clinic. They develop their skills in legal writing and drafting, hone their interview skills and carry out real-life legal research. Current students can find out more about how to get involved in the Clinic on our student webpage here.

Benefits for clients 

Clients benefit from a free legal advice service – and because all our students are supervised by qualified lawyers they can be sure of the quality of the advice they receive. 

Partner with us  

King’s Legal Clinic works with a range of partners including law firms, barristers, advice agencies and community organisations. If you are interested in working together then please contact the Director of Clinical Legal Education, Stephen Levett. 

Get in touch  

Request an appointment via our online form 

See the Strand Campus map (the Clinic is based in S1.32 in the Strand Building). 

For other ways to get in touch visit our Contact Us webpage.

 


 

Honoré de Balzac'Laws are spider webs through which the big flies pass and the little ones get caught.

Honoré de Balzac

 

 

 

 

Image by Louis-Auguste
Bisson
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Martin Luther King Jr'It may be true that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can stop him from
lynching me, and I think that's pretty important.' 

Martin Luther King Jr


 

This clinic is part of the LawWorks Clinics Network

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