Employment Law Advice


We  offer a specialist employment law advice service at the Law Centre.  

The service is funded by Trust for London.  

Please download a leaflet with more information about our employment law service HERE.


BPP Law School also run an excellent telephone adviceline for employment law related issues.  Clients can call the line at any time and leave a message with their name and number.  Student volunteers then call them back to gather some basic information.  This information is then referred onto a volunteer employment lawyer who calls the client back to give some advice on Tuesday evenings between 6.30-8pm.  The telephone adviceline number is: 020 7633 4534.  Download more detailed information about the service HERE.


BPP also offer a ‘Tribunal Friends’ service where BPP law students attend tribunal hearings with litigants in person or those with lay representatives to assist them by taking notes of the hearing and providing administrative and moral support. Students volunteer on a case by case basis.  The benefits to the students include not only witnessing a hearing but they also see litigation from the perspective of a litigant in person and how that can impact on the proceedings.  For the claimant, they can feel at ease knowing that someone is sitting alongside them, helping them to take a full note of the hearing enabling the claimant to fully focus on the questions posed and the evidence presented by the respondent.No legal advice or representation is given.  More information HERE and HERE.