A tenant of Krissh House in South Harrow says she is finally happy with the condition of her flat after a year-long dispute with her private landlord over damp and mould. The tenant first contacted Harrow Law Centre in December 2022 when a leak in the block led to damp and mould growth in communal […]
We are currently recruiting for a graduate to join us as a trainee solicitor. Please see the Job ad and application pack for more information.
Thank you for supporting our team in fundraising for the London Legal Walk. We will be walking 10km on Tuesday 13th June to help fund much needed frontline free legal advice agencies. Our team is: Pamela Fitzpatrick, Radhika Shah, Eileen Bye, Emily Coatman, Liz Dann, Anne Whitehead, Karen Brookes, Masi Bashardust, Jackson Caines, David Martinez, Alex […]
Harrow Law Centre is closed until Tuesday 3rd January 2023
With the support of The Legal Education Fund Justice First Fellowship, Harrow Law Centre will be recruiting a trainee solicitor, with an interest in alleviating social justice problems within social welfare law. Applications open : w/c 31 October Applications close: 6 January 2023 Interview period: between 27 January and 10 February 2023 Training contract starts: […]
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism has published a detailed article looking at how tenants who have suffered financially during the pandemic are losing their homes in a matter of minutes, with judges often powerless to prevent evictions being ordered. If you are worried about an eviction notice, contact us. We will do our best to […]
This post has been removed whilst it is updated in light of changes to Police Powers in relation to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Imagine that you cannot cook yourself a meal because your health conditions mean you will most probably cut yourself if you try to prepare the ingredients or forget about pans on the stove and leave them to burn. Washing and getting dressed is another battle, some days you just can’t wash or change your clothes, […]