About the Centre
Located within the UCL Faculty of Laws, the Centre for Access combines innovative teaching methods and research based learning with the provision of pro bono legal advice to vulnerable communities, predominately in the areas of social welfare, employment and education law.
UCL is unique in its incorporation of casework and social justice awareness into the law degree programmes we offer. Working in partnership with charity organisations and legal professionals, the Centre provides legal assistance to members of the local community while giving students an opportunity to gain hands on experience in meeting legal needs.
Understanding the broader implications that a lack of access to justice can have, we take a holistic approach to resolving the legal problems our clients face.
For more about the Centre, please see our Aims page.
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