York St John supporting people dealing with family separation
Category: York St John University, law, legal, aid
In collaboration with the University of York and Keele University, York St John University are joining a brand-new scheme aimed at supporting people dealing with family separation and child contact arrangements. The scheme will allow law students to provide help with form-filling, signpost litigants to other service providers and help with arranging papers and note-taking. The service will be provided at York County Court from Monday 3 February 2020.
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