Trinity Legal Advice Clinic
We are running a free legal advice clinic for members of the local community. The clinic is staffed by qualified lawyers specialising in employment, family and immigration matters. All services are provided free of charge but you will need an appointment. Appointments discussing employment or family matters will take place in person at the Trinity Centre. Appointments about immigration matters will happen via Zoom. The clinic will run one Saturday a month and all communication is in English. We are not able to offer representation.
If you have any issues relating to one of these areas please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday 14th October 10am-12pm
Saturday 11th November 10am-12pm
Saturday 2nd December 10am-12pm
Contact the clinic here.
Janet Tilston studied law at university and completed her Legal Practice Course at the College of Law. Janet has been a qualified solicitor for over 30 years, working in Lancashire and Nottinghamshire before going on to teach Law to university students. She currently works at the University of Hertfordshire teaching employment and family law and supervising in the university’s legal advice clinic.
Zoe Cooley graduated from Kings College London having studied theology and philosophy. She worked for Tearfund a development charity and her church before joining Wilson Solicitors in 2010. Zoe converted to law with distinction in 2012 before studying the Legal Practice Course qualifying as a solicitor in 2015. Zoe is experienced in a wide range of immigration, asylum and human rights cases and has a special interest in representing immigration detainees.