We work in partnership with other charities, agencies and law firms to make sure we deliver the best service for our clients and achieve systemic change
Our tribunals representation work is delivered primarily through our pro bono relationships with corporate law firms and legal clinics within universities.
We are able to provide pro bono legal representation for up to 500 clients a year, with thanks to:
- Allen and Overy
- Hogan Lovells
- Kingsley Napley
- Mayer Brown
- Vinson and Elkins
Our partnerships with university legal clinics include:
- BPP College of Law
- Kings University
- Queen Marys
- City University
Policy and Campaigns
We partner with other charities to fight for systemic change and the rights of people living in poverty.
We are a member of several charity coalitions:
- Disability Benefits Consortium
- London Child Poverty Alliance
- Taking Control Campaign
- End Child Poverty Coalition
We also work closely with Child Poverty Action Group to campaign against cuts to Council Tax Support and the increasing use of bailiffs.