May 10th 2022

Queen's Speech 2022: our comment

The Law Centres Network has a mixed response to the Queen's Speech delivered earlier today. The speech, delivered by the Prince of Wales in the House of Lords, sets out the government's legislativ...

April 12th 2022

Network mourns the death of Nathaniel Mathews

The Law Centres Network mourns the untimely passing after a short illness of one of our own: Nathaniel Mathews, senior solicitor at Hackney Community Law Centre. Nathaniel has practiced as a solic...

February 28th 2022

New safe route for refugees needed, we tell House of Lords

Law Centres Network has joined charity Safe Passage and 45 other organisation in strong support for a new safe route for family reunion for refugees in Europe. The proposal is set out in a joint b...

January 17th 2022

Exhaust all options to house the homeless: our new guidance to councils

The law gives local authorities more powers to accommodate people experiencing homelessness than they currently use. LCN's new guidance document reminds them of these additional powers they have, s...

November 3rd 2021

Legal Aid Agency locked Law Centre clients out of justice, Ombudsman finds

In an important decision, the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has found that the Legal Aid Agency (LAA) has acted unreasonably and in a way that denied Law Centre clients access t...

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