Legal Advice Clinic

Leeds Law School – Law Clinic

Operating from recently refurbished premises at 10 Queen Square, Leeds Law School Law Clinic brings our students closer to the community in which they study. Regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority the Clinic provides a confidential environment for members of the community to seek free legal advice, while delivering a first class educational experience for our students, who can develop key transferable skills and improve their employability.

A suite of three interview rooms and reception space fitted with high specification technology allows the students to conduct supervised confidential interviews which clients book in advance. The students use the Clinic and University’s considerable resources to research their client’s legal issue and provide a final letter of advice, authorised by their practising solicitor supervisor.

The Law Clinic is open to anyone in need of legal advice.

Including but not exclusively: family, landlord and tenant, employment, debt claims, small personal injury claims, small business and charity start-ups. We currently do not cover immigration matters.

Interview by appointment only.


Important Information

How to Book: To make an appointment please use the contact details below:


tel:  0113 812 9190

Opening Times: 

  • During term time the clinic is open every Wednesday between 9am-5pm
  • In collaboration with Ramsdens Solicitors, the Law Clinic will be open outside of term-time from 5pm-7pm (every two weeks from Wednesday 15 May 2019) for clients seeking family and/or child law advice.

Where to find us: Law Clinic – 10 Queen Square, Leeds, LS2 8AJ


The University of Law – Legal Advice Clinic

The clinic is a new initiative launched in March 2016 aimed at providing legal advice to those members of the public who would otherwise not qualify for legal aid or for any reason are not able to access legal advice. The clinic is run from the University of Law centre on Park Row in Leeds and they operate an appointment only service and so the clinic is not suitable for someone who wishes to attend on a drop in basis.


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