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Cost of living crisis – how to claim what you’re entitled to

With spiralling energy bills and prices for everyday products going up at their fastest rate for 40 years, finances are stretched for many households. Here, RONI MARSH, the money advice team leader at South West London Law Centres, explains the … Continue reading

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Lawyers raise £13,000 in sponsored walk for Surrey legal aid

Lawyers, paralegals and staff from South West London Law Centres, based in Croydon’s Davis House, have helped towards a total of £13,000 raised in a sponsored walk staged with the aim to ensure that everyone in Surrey has fair access … Continue reading

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Race discrimination at work: giving people a fair hearing

In the latest in our series of legal advice columns from the South West London Law Centre, LANCE BAYNHAM, discrimination caseworker, pictured right, gives examples of race discrimination cases the team is working on and explains what to do if … Continue reading

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Discretionary Housing Payment could help you out of a crisis

Inside Croydon has teamed up with South West London Law Centres to publish regular advice columns, based on the kind of casework being brought to their experts. Here, MAHA KHURRAM, right, a crisis navigator at SWLLC, looks at who is … Continue reading

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Croydon legal aid centre wins Solicitor Journal national award

The immigration team from a legal charity based in Davis House was this week named as Legal Aid Team of the Year at the Solicitor Journal Awards. South West London Law Centres beat stiff competition from large law firms, as … Continue reading

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