"By background, I am a commercial lawyer, but I became involved in politics largely as a result of my experience volunteering in the early 1970s at the first law centre, the North Kensington Neighbourhood Law Centre" 

Lord Clement-Jones, Liberal Democrat Culture spokesman [HL Deb, 21.11.2011, c911]

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Another great way to get involved is to become a trustee of your local Law Centre and to help manage it, or to set up a new Law Centre.  If you are passionate about social justice, your legal or other skills and experience could help to develop your local Law Centre as a real asset to your community. To find out more, contact us.

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Law Centres are rewarding places to work, in paid or unpaid positions, for those who want to make society more just and equal.

Law Centres deliver advice through lawyers and qualified caseworkers but they also employ a variety of other professionals, such as managers, administrators, community outreach workers and volunteer co-ordinators.

Whatever your professional capacity, to work at a Law Centre you would need a wide range of skills, including an awareness of social exclusion and the willingness to use your knowledge and skills to inform people of their rights, get involved in community legal education projects and contribute to social policy work. 

Find out where your local Law Centres are on our interactive Google map, see current vacancies in Law Centres, or learn more about becoming a volunteer.