Staffordshire University Law Clinic

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Stafford clinics move, so please contact us for more information. Like us and follow us on social media for the latest updates on the Legal Clinic and its availability: Our legal clinics are held on a Monday: SULAC aims to provide a valuable service to the local community and provide access to justice in jurisdictions where it is lacking. SULAC aims to balance this service with the provision of clinical legal education to university students and prepare them for careers in law or industry. SULAC provides university students with a range of transferable skills that will be invaluable to them on their path to the world of work. Our clinics in Stafford are able to relocate, so please contact us and we will provide you with the address of the nearest available clinic. Stafford clinics are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Although you can stop for an appointment at one of our clinics, we cannot guarantee that you will be seen as this is a popular service. We therefore recommend that you make an appointment by phone or e-mail to make an appointment. SULAC is staffed by law students from the university, under the supervision and support of lecturers, in-house qualified lawyers, and local lawyers and lawyers. SULAC also offers invaluable practical experience to law students studying at Staffordshire University.

The Staffordshire University Legal Advice Clinic (SULAC) provides free legal advice to the local community and specific sectors. Clients are interviewed by two students and their supervisor. Students then research the field of law and receive a letter of advice to the client within 14 days. No advice is given during the first interview. The service usually only works during the semi-annual period. All interviews take place remotely via Microsoft Teams. Please call 01782 294458 for an appointment or send sulac@staffs.ac.uk Make a legal appointment by contacting us at the following address: Please note that you only have a short period of time to process a case and file a claim in court. In cases of employment, for example, it is usually 3 months. If you do not meet the deadline, you lose the right to make a claim. SULAC does not guarantee that we can help you, so if you need urgent legal advice or are unsure of the deadlines, you should contact another organisation in the meantime for assistance. We do not deal with criminal or immigration matters or offer debt advice.

We also cannot inform you if your case is a claim or potential claim against Staffordshire University, its staff or students. If we are unable to assist you, we may be able to refer you to an organization that may be able to assist you. All information you provide will be kept strictly confidential and is subject to SULAC`s Privacy Policy. Because SULAC uses students for counseling, it only operates for limited periods of the year, usually during the student`s semester when they don`t have revisions. SULAC provides advice in most areas of law, including family, consumer, personal injury and housing, etc. During your meeting, you will be interviewed by two law students, in the presence of a supervisor. These meetings usually last about 30 minutes. SULAC receives many requests and therefore cannot respond to you automatically, as it only contacts customers that SULAC may be able to help. If you do not hear from SULAC within three business days of your request, you should seek advice elsewhere. Our students are supervised by experienced lecturers and qualified lawyers.

A notification letter will only be sent if approved by a supervisor. We advise you in the following areas of law: Stoke Combined CourtBethesda StreetStoke on TrentST1 3BP SULAC is a member of the Solicitors Pro Bono Group, trading as Lawworks and Lawworks Clinic Network. Lawworks` address is: 48 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1JF. All consultations are provided by SULAC and are provided.