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The Clinic has two objectives: providing a free public service to people in Kent who need legal advice/representation and who cannot afford to pay for it, and enhancing the education of students in Kent Law School through direct legal practice.
In the Clinic, students have a unique opportunity to deepen and broaden their knowledge of law through working on live cases and then critically reflecting on what they have done.
This approach has established the Clinic as a pioneer in clinical legal education. In 2018, the Kent Law Society awarded the Clinic the 200th Anniversary Award for its significant contribution to the development and practice of law within Kent.
Please note, the Clinic operates a reduced advice/referral service from March to September. We may be able to refer you to other organisations that can help
If you live in Kent and need legal advice but can't afford to pay, you can seek help from the Clinic. Primarily, we are able to offer advice in the form of a free evening advice session with a legal advisor. If you would like us to consider your legal problem to see if we can help, please click the button above to make a new enquiry.
In addition, the Clinic takes on a limited number of cases. Casework is conducted by student caseworkers under the supervision of the Clinic’s legal practitioners. We currently specialise in the following areas of law:
We may also be able to offer advice in the following areas:
Check out the client case studies in our News blog for information on our past casework.
If you are seeking legal advice from the Kent Law Clinic team, please make a new enquiry using the button above.
With the Kent Law Clinic a teaching environment, we mainly operate during the academic year October- March, with free advice sessions usually on Monday evenings.
The Clinic operates a reduced advice/referral service from March to September. We may be able to refer you to other organisations that can help.
For existing cases and other matters, please email email@example.com for the quickest response.
If you do not have any internet access please leave a voicemail message on 01227 823311 and we will respond as soon as we can.
Why get involved? All Kent Law School students can deepen and broaden their knowledge of law through working on live cases...
Clinical Option Module
The Clinical Option Module provides an opportunity for students to work in-depth on a legal case involving local clients.
All Kent Law School students can enrol via the KLC Moodle page here and get involved in Clinic discussions and activities including: