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Southwark Law Centre are looking for Trustee with financial skills and interest in the charity sector


We are looking for someone with the financial knowledge and skills to join our finance sub-committee working alongside our current Treasurer.   To apply download our Trustee Application Form.   For an informal chat about the role please contact sally.causer@southwarklawcentre.org.uk 



The skills, experience and commitment we are looking for:

• A commitment to the organisation and its objectives
• An understanding and acceptance of the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship and being a company director
• A willingness to devote the necessary time and effort to trustee duties
• Strong independent judgment
• An ability to work effectively within a team.


Skills, knowledge and experience trustees can bring includes:

• Use of Centre’s services
• Local knowledge
• Involvement in the tenants’ movement
• Community development
• Financial management
• Legal background
• Fundraising
• Human Resources
• Marketing
• Computers and information technology
• Campaigning
• Premises management/development
• Voluntary sector management
• Understanding of equality and diversity issues


For further information on becoming a Trustee please click here.


Peckham Vision

Peckham Vision are looking for volunteers to support their work. Here's the link to the role profiles and background to the organisation.



Administrative Support  Volunteers

Volunteers are the backbone of our organisation and we could not achieve the level of success we do without their valuable input.

Southwark Law Centre has a variety of exciting volunteering opportunities. We provide our volunteers with excellent support to ensure they get the most out of their time volunteering with us. We accept volunteers from universities, colleges and the local community and from individuals expressing an interest in law. Please note, the role available is that of Administrative Volunteer, however there is the opportunity to be involved in the legal side of our work with supervision. You will also at some point attend court/tribunals, clerk hearings and sit in on client interviews with caseworkers where applicable.

How to apply

You will need to complete and submit an Application form and download our application pack:

Job Role

Mission Statement 

Volunteer Policy  

Please read our volunteer guidelines before you apply. 

We treat all applications fairly and in accordance with our Equal Opportunities statement. You will need to complete an Equal Opportunities Monitoring form and submit it along with your application.

Once we have received your completed forms, it is our aim to contact you within two weeks to let you know the outcome. If your application is progressed to the next stage we will require you to attend an informal interview so we can get to know you better. This is also your opportunity to find out if volunteering with us is the right choice for you.

You can read further guidance about the process and how we can support you to volunteer with us here.