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Thank you!

Advicenow would like to thank all the kind and generous people who give their time, energy and expertise to make Advicenow a better service.

Special thanks to:
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2013-14

  • Jane Rayson, barrister and trustee of the Bar Pro Bono Unit, for peer reviewing the guide 'Applying for a financial order without the help of a lawyer'.
  • Julie Gray, Ronnie Deakin and all the members of the 'Dealing with bailiffs' publications panel for their help in reviewing this guide.
  • Members of the 'Seven steps' email publications panel for their thoughtful and helpful feedback.
  • Eleanor Harding, for her help reviewing and commenting on two guides for litigants in person.
  • All the PSU volunteers who have kindly reviewed and commented on various guides for litigants in person.
  • Vendula Vecerova, for her help in reviewing and editing the Housing and homelessness category of the Advicenow information service.
  • Gerard Pitt, for his help in reviewing the benefits administration and benefits for families and children sections of the Advicenow information service.
  • Jana Elles and Dave Walsh for their help in reviewing the Interviews Under Caution guide.
  • Andrew Worthley, Stuart Scott, and Jacqueline Humphreys for peer reviewing our guides to family issues. Thanks also to Bar Pro Bono unit for organising it.
  • Ann Lewis, Kate Dunn, Mark Sefton, Emma Grant, Umaima Peracha, Jan Salihi, and Danny Hardie and all the members of our family law panel for their assistance on all of our guides to family issues.

2012-13

  • Raminder Kaur, law graduate, for her help in reviewing the consumer affairs section of the Advicenow information service.
  • Deirdre Forster of Powell Forster Solictors for reviewing the section on personal injuries litigation.
  • Judith Emmett, for her help in reviewing the education and training section of the Advicenow information service.
  • Kelly Lingard, law graduate, for her help in reviewing the human rights and benefits section of the Advicenow information service.
  • John M Andrews, for his help reviewing the tax section of the Advicenow information service.
  • District Judge (Magistrates' Courts) Naomi Redhouse for reviewing the police and crime category.
  • Jane Craig for her help with our 'How to make a Living Together Agreement guide'.

2011-12

  • Miriam Carrion Benitez, Barrister, for her help in updating How to get good asylum advice.
  • Deirdre Forster of Powell Forster Solictors for reviewing the section on personal injuries litigation.
  • Julie Gray of Islington Law Centre for her help in updating Dealing with Bailiffs.
  • Lucie Greene, of Philcox Gray & Co Solicitors for reviewing the Housing and homelessness category.
  • Kate Whittaker for reviewing the health and social care category. Kate is a freelance solicitor and trainer and a community care law consultant at Scott-Moncrieff and Associates.
  • Amy Woods of Islington Law Centre for her help in updating two of our guides -Dealing with discrimination at work – how to use the grievance procedure and Young Workers.

2010 - 11

  • Dulcie Domfeh for reviewing our information service.
  • Ged Sturdy for designing the 'Is that discrimination?' logo
  • Emy Lou Photography for donating her photography skills.

 

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