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East London Community Law Service, we take it as a challenge and work in a team for an objective assessment of our clients' cases in order to give them appropriate advice and provide them with necessary services which are mostly free of cost.



Problems with Employment?


Redundancy, Unfair dismissal,


Problems with Police and Crime?


Been arrested, At court, Victims



Need a Family Lawyer?


Divorce, separation, residence, contact, parental responsibility, care proceedings



Problems with Benefits?


Help with claims, challenging decisions, advice on entitlement

Problems with Debt?


Credit and other debt, bankruptcy, rent / mortgage arrears

Problems with housing?


Challenging homeless decisions, rent / mortgage arrears, disrepair

Need advice on Immigration?


Family reunion, European worker rights, entry clearance applications

Other Advice Services



Domestic Violence

According to a research, 'domestic violence' currently claims the lives of around two women a week, and affects millions more people. Therefore, we are determined to prevent domestic violence happening or recurring, to protect and support its victims, and to bring offenders to justice. read more


Training & Support Services

We provide training and support services to the local community. At present, we are working on three projects:


1. NASS (National Asylum Support Service): We provided advice and ancillary services to the newly arrived asylum seekers.

2. ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages): The classes are held twice a week with a flexible schedule.

3. Health Advocacy: In partnership with the Community Health Project Walthamstow, Leyton and Leytonstone Primary Care Trust (PCT), a Refugee Support Psychologist visits the Refugee Advice Centre periodically to provide support and service to our clients


Hate Crime


Hate crime is any criminal offence committed against a person or property that is motivated by an offender's hatred of someone because of their: race, colour, ethnic origin, nationality or national origins, religion, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, and disability. read more

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