Law for Life projects and partnerships
Law for Life works with partners to develop and run education, training and capacity building projects.
We work with diverse community organisations and priority groups including women, refugees and migrants, disabled, social housing tenants, youth and many others to develop the knowledge, confidence and skills they need to deal with common law-related issues through a variety of interventions, both on and offline. To find out more about individual projects follow the section links.
Our projects on housing rights
- Public legal education on housing and homelessness funded by Trust for London
- Fighting precarious housing situations funded by Trust for London
- Help for private renters to avoid homelessness funded by the TDS Charitable Foundation
- Legal education curriculum and information materials on housing law funded by Allen and Overy
Our Roma projects
Help for litigants in person
- The Affordable Advice service from Law for Life and Resolution - a truly modern access to justice solution
- Law for Life is part of the Litigants in Person Support Strategy funded by the Ministry of Justice. This is a national partnership working together to improve the experience of people facing the legal process alone by improving access to information, practical support, advice and representation. You can read more about this work here.