Mar 21

Vulnerable people

The Surrey Law Centre is a registered Charity which was established in 2001 and which has been helping disadvantaged and vulnerable people gain access to justice.

They currently have 15 free legal advice clinics running across Surrey and they are pleased to advise that they will be launching a free legal advice clinic in Crawley on 5th April 2016. 

Although they are in Surrey you can visit them from anywhere.





The Surrey Law Centre is a registered Charity which was established in 2001 and which has been helping the disadvantaged and vulnerable people of Surrey gain access to justice.


We aim to offer you a warm welcome, quickly identify your needs and provide a non discriminatory service to you. We will quickly signpost you to another appropriate service if it is an issue which we are unable to assist with. Our service is completely free. However, we are grateful for any donations.


Our main office is based in Epsom, Surrey however we are presently able to offer outreach clinics in Epsom, Dorking, Oxted, Walton on Thames, Reigate, Guildford, Godalming, Woking, Camberley, Sutton and Crawley covering Family, Employment, Civil and Immigration law (other areas of law available at our Guildford clinic) where we can offer a free 20 minute appointment.

We also hold dedicated Domestic Abuse clinics on a monthly basis in Epsom, Reigate, Godalming and Guildford where we can offer a free 30 minute appointment. All our clinics are staffed by experienced and expert Solicitors and Barristers and are held in confidential and safe environments. All of the venues we use also have wheelchair access. We are also able to offer a telephone service for those unable to access our clinics due to exceptional circumstances.


We work in partnership with many local Solicitors and can provide referrals in the areas of Housing, Wills, Probate, Trusts and Powers of Attorney where 30 minutes of free legal advice will be offered.

In addition we are happy to assist with referrals to the Bar Pro Bono Unit, Free Representation Unit and the Surrey Disabled People’s Partnership (SDPP).

If we cannot assist you, we will strive to refer you to a service we believe may be of benefit to you.

To make an appointment please call 0330 002 0099 (Mon–Fri 10 am – 3 pm)

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