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Become a student advisor

Legal advice is delivered by Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre Student Legal Advisers under the supervision of qualified lawyers. Clients come to us from a wide variety of backgrounds and present a wide range of legal issues. This provides our students with the opportunity to experience law in a practical context and to develop many of the skills required for successful entry into the profession.

The Legal Advice Centre undergraduate modules

We also offer two optional undergraduate modules:

  • The Practice of Law in a Clinical Environment - this module trains students to be Student Legal Advisers
  • Street Law - a type of clinical legal education which is about educating the public on legal rights and/or responsibilities in their own community setting

Queen Mary Summer School

This year the Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre is happy to offer ‘Clinical Legal Education Access to Justice and Pro Bono Law’ as part of the Queen Mary Summer School.’ In this course students will learn about clinical legal education, access to justice and the importance of pro bono within the legal system. Find out more and how to apply for the Summer School course.

LAC Partners

We run a number of collaborative projects alongside our legal advice clinic. These projects aim to provide greater support to individuals and organisations from within our local communities who often face real difficulties getting access to the legal advice or representation they need. Become a partner.

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