Our Lawyers

The Online Legal Clinic would not be possible without the commitment and dedication of our legal team, lawyers volunteering their time to provide essential legal services to people in need who would otherwise be without access to justice

Brixton Advice Centre is extremely grateful for their contribution. The current team is:

The Online Legal Clinic is coordinated by Harriet Thomas, Solicitor

The Centre is also grateful to Amy Milonas (Solicitor) and Rona Neathey (Barrister) who advise at our evening face-to-face sessions

Join the team

If you are interested in offering services pro bono please send us a message through our Contact Form. We are particularly keen to hear from solicitors with Housing, Employment or Family Law experience

In order to manage expectations, please be aware that we ask a minimum three-hour contribution each month, though many of the team provide much more than this. This is equivalent to the time you would spend if you were volunteering at one of our face-to-face advice sessions. It is comfortably enough time to deal with one or two Clinic enquiries each month and join the rest of the team in the occasional online meet-up. Given the Clinic is an entirely remote service, you can contribute from any location you like, at whatever time of day, and on any day of the week

The future

The Online Legal Clinic is, we believe, the first of its kind in the UK, providing pro bono legal advice services directly to the public but under a coordinated online model. We are grateful to the Walcot Foundation and London Funders for funding an initial three-month’s development work and Trust for London a further six months under the London Community Response Fund

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