Luton Law Centre

Luton Law Centre

At a glance


  • Counselling / advice
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Poverty relief
  • Refugees / migrants

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Our objects are: a. to relieve poor persons resident or working in a designated area by providing such persons with legal advice, assistance, representations and services which they could not otherwise obtain because of lack of means. b. to advance the education of qualifying persons in relation to the law and legal issues and to make the law known and accessible to them. 

We believe that society is stronger when everyone has access to justice, regardless of their means. 


We use our legal expertise to stand up for the rights of disadvantaged people. We focus on providing legal services to people who may be marginalised in society, or are facing discrimination. Our aim is to discover the underlying cause of the problems and take a holistic approach to solving these problems for both the client and the community. The areas of law we cover are housing, community care and immigration and asylum, we offer a free advice line in each area twice a week and provide detailed casework and representation for clients. We can't solve all problems through legal work, so we maintain a high level of awareness of the services available in the area and signpost or refer our clients to those services where appropriate for other specialist support. 

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