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Thank you for contacting Birmingham FLAG, the Free Legal Advice Group at Birmingham Law School. If you require legal assistance, please complete the form below detailing your enquiry and a member of the FLAG team will contact you by telephone for further details of your case.
Please note that we receive a large volume of queries and therefore there may be a delay in us contacting you. If we try to contact you on three occasions and are unable to reach you then your matter will be closed and we will not try to contact you again.
If your enquiry is urgent then you should seek legal advice elsewhere as we are unable to act in urgent matters. Please note that in some circumstances you may only have a limited time to commence a claim at court or tribunal. If you are unsure of these deadlines then you should contact another organisation for advice. You will find details of alternative sources of free advice via the link below. Simply select the area of law which your query falls into from the list on the left-hand-side of the page:
You will find a list of local organisations, their contact details and information about the services that they offer.
Birmingham FLAG is operated by students at the University of Birmingham, working under the supervision of qualified legal professionals. Birmingham FLAG reserves the right to not provide legal assistance in any case, but if we cannot help you, we will try to refer you to a service that may be able to provide assistance. Birmingham FLAG is unable to take any action on behalf of a client against the University of Birmingham, its Governors, employees or current students.
This response system will only respond to the same sender address once every day. If you send more than one message in a day you will only receive a response to your first enquiry.
Pre-booked appointments are held during term time, on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 5.00–7.00pm, in the Law School at the University of Birmingham.
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