King's Employment and Housing Clinic
King's Employment and Housing Clinic is a free advice only legal service providing employment and housing support. King's Law students are supervised by specialist lawyers from our partner law firm, PwC UK, as well as the Clinic's own staff.
What issues can King's Employment and Housing Clinic help with?
We can offer tenants advice on disrepair and issues with landlords and tenancies. We cannot assist where tenants are facing imminent eviction or homelessness. King's students requiring housing advice should contact Student Services, Advice and Guidance.
We can offer employees advice on a range of employment law issues. We may be able to assist employers who are small business owners and social enterprises who cannot afford legal advice. Please note we cannot provide employment law advice to employees of King's College London. Our Employment Law Clinic is supported by lawyers from PwC UK and other specialist employment lawyers.
What type of service is offered by the Clinic?
We can only offer help where you have been booked in for an appointment with the clinic and will provide a one off letter of advice. Please note we cannot provide ongoing representation and/or represent you in court.
What days is the Clinic available for appointments?
The majority of our appointments are on Thursday evenings.
How do I get in touch to request an appointment?
You will need to complete the Employment and Housing Online enquiry form.
If you are unable to use the online enquiry form, you can also contact us on +44 207 848 1575 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details and we will call you back.