If your enquiry does not fall within the areas of the law that we cover, you may find one of the following links useful

 

Community Legal Advice

This site can help you find someone to give you advice about your problem.

 

Legal aid

Check if you can get legal aid

 

Or ring 0845 345 4 345 

 

Or text ‘legalaid’ and your name to 80010

 

The Law Society

This site can help you find a solicitor. 

 

Citizens Advice consumer helpline

 

08454 04 05 06

 

 

Sheffield Law Centre became part of Sheffield Citizens Advice and Law Centre on 1st January 2014. We have also moved offices.


For all new advice enquiries, contact:

0114 205 5055

www.advicesheffield.org.uk

Contact details for Law Centre teams are as follows:

Housing

Tel 275 4578
Fax 275 6247

All other Law Centre services

Tel 253 6665
Fax 253 6712

Address:

The Circle

33 Rockingham Lane
Sheffield
S1 4FW

 

and

 

207 Duke St
Sheffield
S2 5QP


E-mails will remain unchanged:

 

What does the Law Centre do?

We continue to offer advice and representation in the following areas of law ...

 

Public law covers challenges to the acts and failures of public authorities, including cases of judicial review.

 

Discrimination covers acts of unlawful discrimination by providers of services as well as by employers.

 

What does the Law Centre not do?

  • We do not advise landlords, employers or service providers
  • We do not usually help people outside Sheffield

 

Sheffield Law Centre’s aim is to help people suffering oppression or unjust treatment. This means that we may refuse to help anyone who behaves in an oppressive manner.

News

Sheffield Citizens Advice and Law Centre raises equality concerns about cuts to concessionary fares ...

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Sheffield Law Centre profiled in Legal Voice

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Sheffield Law Centre represented a deaf client in the Court of Appeal in a disability discrimination case.

The judgement clarifies the correct approach to deciding reasonable adjustment cases.

 

Read more ...

 

Sheffield Law Centre helps a disabled woman win £7,500 from Thomas Cook for unlawful disability discrimination

 

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