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Projects and Funders

Key Sources of Funding


Southwark Council



The Law Centre has a contract with the London Borough of Southwark to provide specialist advice, casework and legal representation by referral from local agencies. This contract runs from 14 August 2020 to 31 March 2025.




Legal Aid Agency

The Law Centre carries out work under a Legal Aid Agency Contract. 

We have contracts in community care, housing, public law and immigration/asylum law


Children in Need






 Children in Need funds immigration and related advice for migrant children.



Trust for London  

Trust for London funds housing advice for destitute migrants.


City Bridge Trust


City Bridge Trust funds an immigration solicitor and Lambeth Welfare Rights




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 United St Saviours funds Universal Credit Project and Planning Voice Solicitor 



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 The A B Charitable Trust supports with Lewisham Law Services costs



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The Legal Education Foundation Funds Trainee Solicitors at Southwark Law Centre and running costs for Lewisham Law Service




The Big Lottery Project

The Big Lottery Funds Planning Voice Solicitor



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Guy's & St Thomas' fund the homeless project for patients




 Indigo supports Lewisham Law Service with core costs


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 The Law Centre Network supports EEA nationals with settlement applications


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Lewisham Council funds the Lewisham Law Services' Immigration Project



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 The London Legal Support Trust supports Southwark Law Centre with core cost



Project 17

Project 17 funds the cost of Part-time Immigration Solicitors



South London Refugee Association funds the Early Intervention Project



The London Pathway

The London Pathway funds immigration advice at Kings College & Maudsley Hospital



 We also have other small amounts of funding and donations to support our work.


Privacy Notice

Any personal data you give to the Law Centre, its staff and Volunteers for the purposes of seeking advice will be confidentially and securely stored in accordance with our data retention policy (a copy of which is available on request).  It will be held by the Law Centre as Data Controller and will only be used for the purposes of considering and where appropriate conducting your case. It will not be disclosed to any third parties and will be securely deleted in accordance with our data retention policy.  You have a right to be told what data we hold about you (though you are likely to have provided us with that data) and to have it corrected if it is wrong.  You may have other rights under the data protection legislation and you can find out more about these rights from the Information Commissioner’s Office at www.ico.org.uk