Law for Everyday Life Course – Last Chance

//Law for Everyday Life Course – Last Chance

Law for Everyday Life Course – Last Chance

Law for Everyday Life

The Law for life course aims to develop the participants’ legal capability by giving them a greater general understanding of law.

The course will consist of six 2 hour sessions which will be delivered over six consecutive weeks.

  • Session 1 is named “Making sense of the law”, in this session basic concepts are taught and discussed, such as the nature of the law and the difference between civil and criminal law.
  • In session 2, you will receive and discuss information on getting help and finding out about the law. This includes information on recognising a legal problem and the appropriate steps to take should one arise.
  • Session 3 looks at how to deal with legal problems and how to get help from others as well as discussing the possible avenues available to you.
  • Sessions 4 and 5 will be more focussed on specific needs you may have, this could be issues around housing, employment discrimination and welfare benefits.
  • Session 6 will look to wrap up the course, giving everyone the chance to summarise, reflect and conclude.

The course will be running over the following dates:

(All sessions will occur between 6pm and 8pm)

Thursday 11th October 2012

Thursday 18th October 2012

Thursday 25th October 2012

Thursday 1st November 2012

Thursday 8th November 2012

Thursday 15th November 2012

 

If you require any further information please email or phone Dawn Clarke on 02073072570 or dawn.clarke@attend.org.uk

 

Getting to us:

The Course will be held at Attend’s head office:

Attend, 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

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