Trowers' Exeter office partners with University of Exeter's Community Law Clinic


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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins has signed up to the Access to Justice initiative in partnership with the University of Exeter's Community Law Clinic. 

Trowers will be providing pro bono legal support to the University's clinic which is run by their law faculty. Students and staff at the clinic provide guidance and support through the stages of any legal problem - employment, benefits claims and appeals, housing issues, criminal matters - free of charge and help those in need access and use the services and tools relevant to their case.

Partner Rory Stracey commented:

"We are delighted to be partnering with the University of Exeter and providing our services to their Access to Justice initiative. The work they undertake in terms of providing legal guidance and support to the local community is crucial to helping those in need of legal services, and we are very much looking forward to working collaboratively with the Clinic going forward." 

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