FLAG runs two advice clinic sessions a week during term time only offering free legal advice to the community on a variety of issues.
Family and divorce law
We can provide advice on a variety of aspects of family law, including advice on obtaining a divorce, negotiating settlements, and issues relating to child custody.
Wills & probate
We can provide advice on how best to protect your wealth to maximise the benefit of it for those you care about and how to efficiently manage the administration of an estate or an existing trust.
We can provide advice to both employers and employees on all aspects of employment law including discrimination, harassment, unfair or constructive dismissal and matters relating to redundancy. We can explain what an employer must do to comply and guide your through the legal process.
Mental health & mental capacity issues
We can advise on the implications and impact of the law on those suffering from mental illness. We can outline the rights of individuals who have been detained in hospital and explain the legal process to safeguard their interests.
We can provide help and legal advice to people who have suffered an injury as a result of medical negligence.
We can provide advice to people who have suffered injury as a result of another person's actions. This includes cases involving a range of legal claims, such as negligence, defamation, nuisance, occupier's liability, judicial review, human rights, discrimination, harassment and breach of copyright.
We can provide help and advice to small companies and individuals on all aspects of contractual issues and contract disputes including agency and distribution; financial obligations and sale, delivery and hire of goods. We can outline the legal process and explain the alternatives to litigation to resolve disputes in a quick and cost effective manner.
We can provide help and advice on all aspects of company law including business start up and incorporation, shareholder's agreements, funding options and corporate tax.
We can help if you need advice in relation to data protection or privacy policies. We can advise on what information needs to be provided when data is collected or how personal data can be transferred to another party inside and outside the UK. We can tell you whether a company is complying with the UK's protection legislation and explain how you may make data requests for information.