External resources

The links on this page are here to supplement our own content. We have tried only to provide links here to websites which we believe have accurate and reliable content, but we cannot take responsibility for anything on an external website, and we do not guarantee to endorse all views and information that they may offer.

We cannot always guarantee that information you find on an external website is accurate or relevant to you – you will have to use your own judgement on what is appropriate to your own situation

All the links here can also be found with the main content pages of this website, but we have grouped them all together here to make them easier to find.

Please contact us if you have ideas or suggestions about what should appear in this area of our website.

The organisations in this list may be able to offer you free legal advice or support with issues about employment.

Ensure that you check first with any organisation you contact to make sure that they are able to provide support which is appropriate to you.

LawWorks Clinic Finder tool – This helpful tool allows you to enter your postcode and the kind of issue you need help with and receive information relating to suitable free legal clinics in your area

Disability Law Service – The DLS provides free legal advice on community care, employment, housing and welfare benefits to disabled people and their carers to ensure that they have access to their rights and justice

The Advisory Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) – ACAS provide free advice to employers and employees on employment related disputes

Toynbee Free Legal Advice Centre – provides free legal assistance on a range of issues within UK law

Equality Advisory Support Service – This Helpline advises and assists individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights, across England, Scotland and Wales

Citizens Advice – Citizens Advice offer impartial and independent advice online, by phone or in person.