Access to Justice in the South West 2023: Responding to crisis     

8 June 2023 – in person
10:00-17:00
Reed Hall, University of Exeter, Streatham Drive, Exeter EX4 4QR

Full programme and booking

The cost-of-living crisis is impacting people’s lives with marginalised communities affected disproportionately. This event is about responding to this crisis in the South West, and is presented in partnership with
University of Exeter and University of Exeter Community Law Clinic (CLC), Magdalen Chambers, and University of Plymouth.

Who this event is for: 

Civil society and voluntary organisations in the South West

Advisors and lawyers working in the South West 

National organisations seeking to support or work with organisations in the South West

Please note: If you are a lay or volunteer adviser, or your organisation has no budget for training you can request a guest place.  Please e-mail events@publiclawproject.org.uk

As delegates you will: 

Identify challenges facing advice services and civil society assisting people in the South West   

Gain practical knowledge to assist your clients across welfare benefits, debt, housing, employment and immigration and asylum

Understand how the law can be used to help people experiencing disadvantage or discrimination

Consider how we can improve access to justice in the South West

Tickets:

Standard ticket: £40

Read more about Magdalen Chambers here.