During November, the Law School at the University of Gloucestershire will be providing legal advice to businesses and individuals covering consumer, contract, employment and company law.
Who should book a session at the Law Clinic?
Come to the law clinic if you:
have a commercial or contract question;
are having trouble getting paid for goods and services you have provided;
believe you have received unacceptable service or faulty goods;
have employment questions, either as an employee or employer;
you need to put a Non Disclosure Agreement in place;
any issues relating to your business.
This is a ‘free at the point of delivery’ service for ‘light touch’ legal advice for simple legal questions. When legal representation is required matters are more appropriately dealt with by a legal firm. Matters too complex for this clinic will be forwarded to professional firms on an impartial basis.
To book your place on this clinic, please e-mail email@example.com with your personal details, the nature of your query and preferred time to meet (10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm).
About The Speaker
Saba teaches at the University of Gloucestershire on public international law, human rights law, international corporate law and corporate responsibility. Prior to joining the university, Saba was a solicitor for more than a decade working on cases across public law litigation.