Free legal advice on UC Campus – Wednesdays from 7 September 2016.
- The UC Law Clinic, in association with Community Law Canterbury (CLC), is offering a free legal advice service to on any issue, including flatting, tenancy and rental problems.
- This confidential service, under the supervision of a qualified and practising CLC solicitor, will be available on selected Wednesday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm.
- Appointments may be made for the time-slots of 2 pm, 3 pm, or 4pm on any of the following Wednesdays: 7, 14, 21 and 28 September, and 7 and 14 October 2016.
- The venue is Room 151A in the foyer of the Business and Law Building in University Drive.
Please e-mail your preferred appointment day and time to:
email@example.com and a confirmatory email will be sent in reply.
Professor Robin Palmer,
Director of Clinical Legal Studies, UC School of Law.
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The University Student Support Centre at Level 2 of James Height is available to students either by appointment, or just by dropping by. They can help you if (among other issues)…
- You’re feeling overloaded with work
- You’re new to the city or uni
- You’re confused about a uni policy
- You aren’t enjoying your courses
- You’re having issues with a lecturer or student
- You’re not sure why things are going wrong, or
- You just need someone to talk to.
The Student Support Centre is a FREE and confidential advisory service for all UC students, and their doors are always open. If you don’t feel ready to go in and talk then feel free to give them a call!
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If you need advice on how to cope with mental illness or a physical disability contact the UC Student Support team. They’re professionals who want to help and you don’t need to go it alone.