Hackney Community Law Centre was delighted to participate in the 2012 Hackney Adult Learners Week, an annual event, funded by the Skills Funding Agency, which brings together a wide range of education and learning providers in Hackney to deliver exciting and inspirational free workshops for people who wish to learn something new or brush up on existing skills. The festival programme was co-ordinated by the Adult Learning Services team at The Learning Trust and Hackney Libraries, in association with local schools, children’s centres, heritage centres and community organisations.
Hackney Community Law Centre delivered two ‘pop-up’ legal advice sessions on Monday 14th May 2012 between 11am and 2pm at Hackney Central Library and Friday 18th May 2012 between 11am and 2pm at Dalston CLR James Library.
Here are some photos from the sessions:
HCLC banner welcomes potential advice seekers to Hackney Central Library (May 14 2012)
Solicitor Diane Morrison advises a man on his employment rights (May 14 2012)
Former HCLC legal intern Miranda Grell takes down initial instructions before the client sees solicitor Diane Morrison (May 14 2012)
Advice seekers wait to see Senior Solicitor Wendy Pettifer at Dalston CLR James library (May 18 2012)
Senior Solicitor Wendy Pettifer advises a potential client on her housing problem (May 18 2012)
Senior Solicitor Wendy Pettifer with Dalston CLR James library manager Anthony Kane at the end of the session. We are indebted to the staff of both Hackney Central and Dalston CLR James libraries for helping the sessions to run so smoothly. (May 18 2012)
*Watch this space for more information about the launch of our Community Law Shops and Pop-Up Shops service soon!