This is a free advice clinic, where local volunteer solicitors, barristers and students from University of West London give advice to members of the public on all areas of law, including community, human rights and equality (non-commercial only). This training has led to over 30 students/volunteers obtaining paid employment.
CAP offers our student volunteers and other volunteers the opportunity to resolve client enquiries while being supervised by our team of experts and practitioners.
A long-standing collaboration with the University of West London has given us office space and alumni volunteer practitioners who are now leading lights in their field of expertise, and student volunteers who are able to gain valuable experience they would struggle to find elsewhere, by shadowing them.
Many volunteers find paid work elsewhere having gained skills such as interviewing, letter writing, form filling and legal practice.
Illegally in the UK, applying for visas, and citizenship – note that we give ADVICE ONLY and are qualified to give this advice. Click this link for initial assistance and background information. Please bring your passport/s and visa and any forms and letters from the Home Office or Nationality Directorate with you. For EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) queries click here.
Refused claims, appeals, overpayments, qualifying for benefits, tribunals. Check this link for initial assistance. Please bring with you any decision letters, calculations, evidence of income.
Matrimonial and divorce, separation, cohabiting, children and parental rights and responsibilities.
A hate crime is defined as 'Any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, motivated by hostility or prejudice based on a person's race; religion; sexual orientation; disability and any crime motivated by hostility or prejudice against a person who is transgender or perceived to be transgender.' Learn more about our Hate Crime services and how we can help, click here.
In the workplace, where you live or study, in the services you use race, religion or belief, disability, age, sex and sexual orientation, maternity related, trans identity, national origin, marriage and civil partnership status, and more.
Disclaimer: CAP provides a range of services and community based initiatives aimed a addressing and meeting the needs of our local community. However, we cannot: represent you in court and at tribunals, fill in forms, claim benefits and calculate entitlements.
Please ring one of the following numbers to book an appointment and for location details:
(Phone Answered Monday to Friday Only)
Areas of legal advice:
Disclaimer: CAP provides a range of services and community based initiatives aimed a addressing and meeting the needs of our local community. However, we cannot: represent you in court and at tribunals, gill in forms, claim benefits and calculate entitlements.
University of West London
4-5 New Ealing Broadway