Get Our Help

Every week in London and Manchester we run a free advice clinic. We can help you fight employment rights breaches such as non-payment, draft a CV to improve your professional mobility, help you secure your immigrations status, or access Universal Credit if you are struggling financially. Our advice is free, confidential, and available in a number of languages including Romanian, Bulgarian, Polish, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Ukrainian. If you would like to attend our London clinic and there is an adviser you are keen to meet with, please call or email to make an appointment before attending.

If you are in the UK and do not have an immigration status, you can call our helpline on 07584863944 for free basic legal advice. From 12 April 2023, the helpline will take place weekly, on Wednesdays between 2:30 - 4pm. Enquiries to the helpline will be treated confidentially. 

Our London clinic

Monday - Friday, 10AM-5PM. Please call or email to make an appointment, then join us at 379-381 High Rd, London NW10 2JR

Our Manchester clinic

Saturdays from 10AM - 5PM. Drop in every Saturday at our clinic in Manchester Central Library, Second Floor, Business and IT suite.

Make an appointment

Please make an appointment using the form below, or call us at 0300 4000 100. Our team can support you online or in person, but we try to work from home as much as possible to help limit the spread of coronavirus.

Gather your evidence

If you have an employment rights problem, to work on your case we will need as many details as possible:

  • a brief history of your current employment
  • a copy of your contract
  • payslips
  • the name and address of your employer
  • the nature of the dispute


Contact the team

To get help from one of our advisers, send us a message using the form below, or call 0300 4000 100. If you would like to refer somebody to us from another organisation, please use our referral form

Learn more

You can learn more about employment rightsUniversal Credit, or Brexit from our guides.

Read our Client Charter

Our Client Charter is our promise to you, our beneficiaries. It sets out what we can, and cannot do for you, and what we expect from you in return: honesty, mutual respect, and constructive feedback.