October 12th 2020

Breaking their word? We urge the Home Office not to put more people at risk

Despite stating that it would not evict asylum seekers in areas under local lockdown, the Home Office has begun to do just that. Law Centres, along with other charities and lawyers, have warned th...

August 17th 2020

Supporting families through a dark time

Law Centre NI successfully challenged a decision to refuse bereavement support payment to the family of a severely disabled woman, also requiring benefits rules to be reviewed in this light. Pauli...

July 28th 2020

Growing, growing: we welcome two new members

The Law Centres Network has yesterday admitted two new organisations to its membership, in the first general meeting of the movement's 50th anniversary year. Public Interest Law Centre (PILC) star...

July 21st 2020

LAW FOR ALL: our new 50th anniversary campaign and report

The Law Centres Network is today launching a new campaign for access to justice as part of activities for the 50th anniversary of the UK Law Centres movement. The new campaign, Law For All, is la...

July 15th 2020

Back to Compassion: A Victory for Law Centre NI

A legal win at the High Court of Northern Ireland set to benefit not just a terminally ill Law Centre client but others in her position. Lorraine Cox, a single mother of three who was diagnosed wi...

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