Citizens Advice Bureau training

Citizens advice logoHertfordshire Law Clinic provides students with the opportunity to train with several local Citizens’ Advice Bureau including St Albans, Hertsmere and Stevenage.

Citizens Advice provides the public with free and impartial advice on their rights and responsibilities regarding all kinds of issues including bills, housing, employment, benefits and consumer rights.

Students are provided with full training to become volunteer advisers and can get involved in advising via webchat or over the phone. This is a fantastic opportunity for students to help local people resolve a variety of legal problems.

I have found it very beneficial in expanding my knowledge about things such as benefits and employment etc which is useful. It also feels great to know that for the few hours you do the web chat for, you are helping people out by giving them the information they need to solve their problems.

Charley West
2nd year Bachelor of Laws LLB (Hons)

Commitment requirement

Students will be required to complete 8 days of compulsory training and commit to volunteer for four hours a week during term time. Students are also encouraged to volunteer during summer holidays.

Person specification

We welcome applications from all current LLB, LLM and LPC students.

Application procedure

We will next be recruiting for volunteers in September 2019.