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law centre

n
(Law) Brit an office, usually staffed by professional volunteers, at which free legal advice and information are provided to the general public
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Alison Hadden, chief executive of Whitefriars Homes North, said: "Although the law centre and other bodies attended our seminar, and were supportive of that, they wouldn't support us in evicting a tenant.
The law centre also answers problems for Evening Telegraph readers in a weekly column in the paper.
Crispin Passmore, manager at Coventry Law Centre, was delighted to win the contract from the Legal Services Commission after bidding against other solicitors.
LAW centre set up just two years ago to help some of the city's most vulnerable people and fill the gap left following the collapse of Birmingham Law Centre has landed a major national legal award.
STAFF at Coventry Law Centre have welcomed moves to protect the name with a trademark.
THE COVENTRY Law Centre has expanded its range of services to people across the city.
COVENTRY Law Centre won nearly pounds 2million in compensation for disadvantaged clients last year.
FREE courses aimed at helping people to understand their legal rights are being offered by Coventry Law Centre.
The law centre, based in The Bridge, Broad- gate, the city centre, provides legal advice to people on low incomes.
COVENTRY Law Centre helped local people access almost pounds 2 million worth of benefits last year, and new director Sue Bent hopes to keep up the good work.
Byline: with Crispin Passmore of the Coventry Law Centre
The new law centre has also signed up to be a part of Gateway to Birmingham Advice Services, led by CAB and involving Shelter, Freshwinds, Birmingham Tribunal Unit (BTU) and Birmingham Settlement and other advice agencies.