Other sources of help

If your enquiry does not fall within the areas of the law that we cover, you may find one of the following links useful.



... a consortium of advice agencies providing a joined up approach to the delivery of free, independent, impartial advice on a range of matters.


The Law Society

This site can help you find a solicitor.


Bar Pro Bono Unit helps find pro bono (free) legal assistance.


Nottingham Family Law Associates offers legal services associated with Family Law.


Legal Aid Agency

Civil Legal Advice


Legal Action Group - A national charity that campaigns for equal access to justice for all members of society.


Advicenow Handpicked links to the best legal information on the web


Basic advice from Citizens Advice Bureau


Equality and Human Rights Commission


Information and advice for older people from Age UK formerly Age Concern


Action for Blind People


Disability Rights UK a campaigning charity


Royal Association for Deaf People RAD Legal Services is a dedicated legal service providing specialist, independent legal advice


Only During Term Time

Nottingham Law School Legal Advice Clinic

Law students, supervised by qualified lawyers, are available to offer advice and assistance on a wide range of legal problems, including but not limited to:

Employment Law

Consumer Issues



Welfare Benefits

The Nottingham Law Centre is a member of Advice Nottingham


Welcome to Nottingham Law Centre...

...offering free, confidential and independent advice to anyone who lives or works in the City of Nottingham.


What we do

We give advice on the following areas of law...


We also offer advice and representation to anyone attending court for a hearing to repossess their house.


We have solicitors from private practice coming into the Law Centre on alternate Thursday evenings to give initial advice on areas of the law not covered by Law Centre Staff.


Because of the high demand on our services, all initial advice is by appointment only. We regret that we can't give advice over the telephone or by e-mail.


Due to the high demand - appointments are often booked up and you may be asked to call back a few days later or given alternative contact numbers.


What we do not do


Staff and client rights

We will treat all callers and users of of the Law Centre with respect.


We ask all callers and users to respect the fact that our staff and clients have a right to work and attend the Law Centre without having to tolerate aggressive or abusive behaviour.


Individuals who are offensive, racist or aggressive (physically or verbally) to our staff or clients will be asked to leave the building and will not be given assistance.


We regret that, owing to limited resources, the information on this website is only provided in English.



Accessing social justice in disadvantaged communities


The March 2012 report on this Goldsmiths research is available on our News page


Affiliated to the Law Centres Federation


Law Society Accredited

Need an interpreter?

For your first appointment with us, you will need to bring along someone who speaks English.


If you qualify for free legal advice we will then be able to arrange and pay for an interpreter.




Funded by Nottingam City Council


Funded by Nottingham City Council


Funded by The Big Lottery Fund


Funded by The Big Lottery