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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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A law centre that has provided free legal advice and support to thousands of people in need will close for good at the end of the month.
Most MPs will have referred someone to a Community Law Centre over the years.
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 are celebrating after being shortlisted for a national Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Award.
A NEW legal group has risen from the ashes of the old Birmingham Law Centre to provide free help to the city's neediest residents.
NEWCASTLE Law Centre will celebrate its 35th anniversary today after helping over 50,000 people.
NEWCASTLE Law Centre this year celebrates 30 years of providing free legal advice and representation to those in need.
I TOTALLY agree with the comments made by Kiron Reid (ECHO Letters, Feb 1) regarding Vauxhall Law Centre and its staff.
LIVERPOOL 8 Law Centre is open for business again after an arson attack last week.
The future of Wales' only law centre is under serious threat after the National Assembly failed to renew vital funding.
The College of Europe announced on January 12 that it would create a global competition law centre (GCLC), to house conferences, workshops, lunch talks and research in the EU competition law field.
Some 20 years ago, few tenant evictions were defended until Castlemilk Law Centre and others pioneered the defence of "reasonableness".