Toynbee Hall Legal Advice Centre
Established in 1898 and running continuously ever since, Toynbee Hall’s Free Legal Advice Centre, (known originally as the “Poor Man’s Lawyer”) was almost certainly the first, and is unquestionably the oldest surviving Free Legal Advice Centre in the world. Throughout its history it has advised and represented the neediest people in Tower Hamlets which remains one of the most socially and financially deprived boroughs in the country.
28 Commercial Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7247 6943
Monday From 7pm: Employment rights
Tuesday From 7pm: Debt advice
Wednesday From 7pm: General advice (including immigration)
Thursday From 7pm: Housing
Saturday 11am – 1pm: Women only general advice
Click here to go to the Toynbee Hall website.