25 years of free legal advice

Sheffield Law Centre is holding its AGM at Sorby House on 25th February.

Back in 1984, the Law Centre was set up to tackle poverty and oppression through expert legal knowledge and empowerment. The Law Centre was involved with many civil rights campaigns. 25 years later, the work now covers more conventional legal areas of housing, employment, immigration, asylum and discrimination law – all areas where many people struggle to achieve justice against large corporate bodies and government departments.

Many people have worked at the Law Centre over the years, whether as volunteers or paid staff. Any former workers are invited to the AGM to see what is happening now.

The Law Centre is at 10 Joiner St, near the Wicker. The advice line is 273 1888. Website: www.slc.org.uk

Sheffield Law Centre's 25th AGM - Sorby House
6:00pm to 8:00pm Thursday 25 February 2010

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