The Chelmsford Law Clinic is now open on a fortnightly basis

The Chelmsford Law Clinic launched on the 14th September and is now open on a fortnightly basis. We had a fantastic first day with clients receiving some advice that helped clarify their legal rights and position. We received some fantastic feedback and some useful suggestions for how to improve the service going forward.
We have also just finished a fundraising campaign that has raised £77 to help provide for office, website and leaflet costs which gives the Clinic some further stability for the near future.
If anyone needs any family law legal advice, we have appointments free for our next legal advice session on the 5th October.

Please feel free to contact us via:

Website: http://www.chelmsfordlawclinic.org.uk
Telephone: 07875131993
Email: alex.cave@chelmsfordlawclinic.org.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChelmsfordLawClinic
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChelmsfordLC



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