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law centre

an office, usually staffed by professional volunteers, at which free legal advice and information are provided to the general public.
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Lawyers from Govan Law Centre have written to Argyll and Bute Council to outline islanders' objections.
Since then, residents and business staff have been refused entry to collect items including passports, car keys or medicine, the Law Centre said.
Over those years, the Law Centre built up substantial expertise, providing legal representation on housing, welfare and employment law.
Greater Manchester Law Centre, based on Princess Road in Manchester, offers access to free and independent legal advice and representation and campaigns for justice and properly funded legal aid.
The Southern Poverty Law Centre monitors the activities of more than 1,600 extremist groups in the US.
TILL the decision on the reduction of seats for Law courses is finalised, the Delhi High Court has asked the Delhi University's Law Centre to invite applications for this year's course for 1,440 seats.
Diana Sheard, fourth from right, with colleagues at the Stockton Law Centre at the centre's fifth birthday celebration
The law centre says the average age of people seeking help with their pension is 61 when free support is available to anyone over 50.
Law Centre director Sue Bent said: "We are thrilled to have been selected as finalists in the Legal Aid Firm/Not For Profit Agency category.
The Hisham Mubarak Law Centre sent five telegraphs to the prosecutor general, and the general lawyers of North Giza and North Cairo prosecutions, as well as the heads of Dokki and Azbekeya prosecution to register the solidarity strikes.
But Michael Bates, who worked at the unit for 17 years, was determined to see it replaced and has now set up the new Birmingham Community Law Centre.
NEWCASTLE Law Centre will celebrate its 35th anniversary today after helping over 50,000 people.