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Simon Gill In-house Commercial Solicitor Solicitor (2007)Areas of Law: Commercial Law, Information LawEmail: Simon.Gill@nottingham.ac.uk Working hours: Mon – FriOther contacts: Beena Adatia, James Ferguson This service is provided personally during a 20-minute consultation or by telephone appointment. Kate Gallagher General Counsel/Director of Legal Services Solicitor (1998)Areas of Legal Practice: Employment, Regulation, Student, LitigationEmail: Kate.Gallagher@nottingham.ac.ukWorking hours: Tue, Wed and Fri Other contacts: Beena Adatia, James Ferguson External Legal Services also provides legal advice and representation for the university, see: We look forward to providing a source of legal advice to those who are need, and create an enriching opportunity for our volunteers. Legal Services provides legal advice and representation to the University. Instructions usually come from senior university officials or their delegates. Legal department lawyers act on behalf of the university and are unable to undertake personal legal work for individual employees or students. After the initial free consultation, individuals can choose to pay for legal advice or services, and you are absolutely not obliged to proceed with the lawyer who provided the free consultation. Our staff can provide you with details about lawyers in your area. Iram Kiani SolicitorAreas of Legal Practice: Business, Intellectual Property, Student, Litigation, CMA, Fitness to Practice, OIA File WorkEmail: Iram.Kiani@nottingham.ac.uk Other contacts: Beena Adatia, Emma, James Ferguson Beena Adatia Director of Commercial Legal ServicesLawyerLegal Practice Areas: Commercial, Procurement Email: Beena.Adatia@nottingham.ac.ukWorking hours: Mon – Thu Other contacts: Kate Gallagher, Iram Kiani, James FergusonEmma Legal Counsel GCILExLegal Areas of practice: Student, Litigation, CMA, Practicality, IDO Files, Investigations Email: Emma.@nottingham.ac.ukWorking Hours: Mon – Fri Other contacts: Kate Gallagher, James Ferguson, Iram Kiani Use the quick search to find a legal advisor in your area who can help you with your legal problem. Select the legal issue from the list and enter your location (zip code or city).

The Legal Advice Clinic is a new addition to our project offering within Pro Bono Company. The clinic is in full swing and we are working to connect with law firms and organizations to create a functional and sustainable source of legal advice. We are currently reviewing advice on issues such as housing and will be contacting the Access to Justice Project in this regard. This year, the clinic will be developed mainly online as an adaptation to the Covid-19 pandemic. If you need to find legal counsel or lawyer in your area, please visit solicitors.lawsociety.org.uk/ For advice on research contracts and IP commercialization, see: James Ferguson ParalegalsAreas of work: OFI Files, General Employment Legal Support, General Litigation Support Email: James.Ferguson@nottingham.ac.uk Opening hours: Mon – VenAlternative contacts: Emma We offer free or cost-effective advice on a wide range of legal issues. These include labour rights, commercial law, housing, property and environmental law, social rights, and representation before courts and tribunals. Contact us today with your request. A series of 10-minute video information sessions is available to inform employees of key compliance issues. Each short video follows a storyline and includes narration from a lawyer explaining the relevant legal points and how they might apply to the university.

Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire provides access to legal advice for authorised persons. Legal advice is provided by a group of legal advisors (a lawyer, a licensed legal officer or a lawyer). The adviser`s office is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Legal counsel are completely independent of Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire. Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire accepts no liability for any loss resulting directly or indirectly from the use of such legal advisers or actions taken on the basis of information or advice. Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire would like to clarify that further legal advice is available. We provide free, professional and confidential advice to people aged 55+ through a local lawyer for your personal legal needs: Welcome to NLS Legal, our award-winning teaching firm fully regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). We provide legal services in a range of business areas to those who cannot afford or otherwise access legal advice, assistance.

Age UK Notts` Independent Legal Advisory Board is made up of lawyers who have passed the Age UK Notts review process and are committed to an agreed working method. They are members of Solicitors for the Elderly, an independent national organisation of lawyers that provides specialist legal advice to elderly and vulnerable people, their families and carers. NLS Legal (the «Firm») is a multi-award-winning educational law firm that provides free or low-cost advice and assistance on a variety of legal matters, including employment law, commercial law, benefits law, family law, criminal law, special educational needs and disability counselling. and representation before and in court. 1. Contact us by phone, email or online request with details about your problem.2. We may contact you for more information to determine whether or not we can help you.3. If we can help you, we will arrange a personal or telephone appointment with our study advisors.4.

After your appointment, you will receive a notification letter or telephone advice, usually within two weeks of your appointment.5. In certain circumstances, we may offer support beyond initial advice, such as: Negotiations on your behalf or representation in court. All information is provided in the strictest confidence. Our multi-award winning law firm, NLS Legal, offers Nottingham Law School students excellent pro bono opportunities and the opportunity to gain practical experience while helping the local community. The specialty company is a leading academic provider providing the highest quality legal services to individuals and communities, providing access to justice, and seeking to address otherwise unmet legal needs. Our qualified and experienced lawyers are assisted in advising and representing students at Nottingham Law School. The Centre provides free legal advice and assistance with a range of services including:• Labour Rights• Business Law• Housing, Property and Environmental Law• Debt and Social Rights• Representation before courts and tribunalsOur aim is to provide quality legal advice and information while providing hands-on experience to students at Nottingham Law School.