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A busy first year for Legal Support Project

It is now almost a year since the Law Centre's Legal Support Project (LSP) successfully concluded its first case in the Social Security Appeals Tribunal. Since then, the LSP's caseload has grown rapidly.

Also labelled: Social Security

Tribunal reform conference 25 January

Tribunal Reform - the Way Ahead, a conference convened by...

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November news

News on Law Centre (NI) work on welfare reform, trafficking, pro bono legal work, training and a redundancy case report, all in one eNewsletter: Law Centre (NI) Newsletter November...

Promoting pro-bono legal work

On 17 October, the Law Centre’s Legal Support Project and PILS (Public Interest Litigation Service) co-hosted a well attended seminar on pro bono litigation, at the Inn of Court, Royal Courts o...

Also labelled: Social Security, Social Justice

Pro Bono litigation seminar

A joint seminar by Legal Support Project and the PILS Project - Getting involved in Pro Bono litigation: Opportunities in Northern Ireland is being...

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Frontline 84: focus on ESA

Also:reforming employment relations, benefit advice and pensioners, poverty on the rise, prejudice in Northern Ireland, Personal Independent Payment....

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We made sure Elizabeth's mum didn't have to pay additional fees for nursing...

Volunteering

The casework in the LSP is carried out by volunteers who provide advice, undertake preparation and negotiation and represent at tribunal hearings. The...

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Training programme 2012-13

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Legal Support Project (LSP) volunteers

The Law Centre is launching its new

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Frontline 82 now online

With a special focus on addressing poverty, the winter edition of our magazine is now online....

Migrant workers rights

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New proposals on tribunal reform

The Law Centre has published two new reports on tribunal reform: Structural Tribunal Reform in...

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Health and safety whistleblowing and unfair dismissal

The Law Centre recently negotiated compensation for a driver who had been dismissed for refusing to drive a lorry that he believed to be unsafe. As the vehicle's reversing lights, rear spotlight and warning siren were out...

New National Minimum Wage rates

From 1 October 2011 the following National Minimum Wage rates apply: workers aged 21 and over: £6.08 aged 18 to 20: £4.98 aged 16 or 17 (...

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Encyclopedia of Rights 2011-12

The Encyclopedia of Rights 2011/12 is now available from our website (

Frontline 80 online

Frontline 80 is now on line. This is a special issue on housing debt, with articles on helping people keep their homes, the human...

£27,000 pregnancy discrimination award still unpaid after 13 months

Last year, the Industrial Tribunal awarded a Bangor woman compensation totalling £27,180.55 after finding that she had been subjected to pregnancy related harassment and discrimination and ultimately forced to resign.  Thirteen months later, ...

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