Suffolk Law Centre
Suffolk Law Centre
46A St Matthews Street
Public phone: 01473 408111
Website URL: http://suffolklawcentre.org.uk/
Service offered: We provide services related to the prevention of all kinds of unlawful discrimination, the promotion of equality of opportunity and access to justice. Advice and support for people experiencing unlawful discrimination/harassment. Legal advice by appointment only. For an appointment, contact the Law Centre by email, telephone. Legal advice from legal professionals by prior appointment with specialist clinics in areas of Employment, Family, Housing, Immigration, General, Personal Injury and Wills and Probate. Free interpreters provided for appointments on request. Equal opportunities and community cohesion advice, consultancy and training. We have Legal Aid Contracts in Discrimination and Housing. We also have a Discrimination casework team.
Target group: General public, especially black and minority ethnic groups.
Area served: Principally Suffolk. For some issues also East of England.
How to contact: Phone (01473 408111) for an appointment or email. Open Monday to Friday 9am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm (Phone).
Monday: 9am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm (Phone)
Tuesday: 9am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm (Phone)
Wednesday: 9am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm (Phone)
Thursday: 9am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm (Phone)
Friday: 9am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm (Phone)
Wheelchair access: Yes - limited
Accessible toilets: Yes
Access notes: Level entrance. Our reception is on the ground floor but offices are on the first floor, via stairs with no lift. If you have access/mobility needs, please let us know in advance.
Languages other than English: Access to interpreters and BSL.
Charity number: 1176229
Year established: 2018
Staffing: 14 Employees (includes part-time and seconded staff)
Public transport: Next door to BBC Radio Suffolk in the town centre.
Record last checked: 16 November 2022