Public Law Project

Public Law Project

Grant: £30,470
November 10, 2015

PLP will explore and develop potential models for public law specialist support with university law clinics. There is project commitment at four university law clinics with varying degrees of public law awareness and capacity: The clinics are at Huddersfield, Liverpool, Cardiff and Kent universities. Each institution is interested in developing the capacity of their clinics (and the pro bono sector more generally) to identify and progress public law issues, whether internally or by informed referral. The clinics capacities vary from provision of grassroots advice across a wide range of areas including those which will frequently engage public law issues, to one providing advice and legal representation that often involves public law and judicial review work, to one running a project creating public law toolkits for the general public and/or carers and advisers.

PLP’s expertise and experience will be applied in project development, practical training, specialist support and the conduct of casework to the development of potential joint working approaches with clinics. They will bring expertise in extensive projects, education, clinical advice provision, IT innovation and research.

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