Making the most of the community care legal aid contract to support children and young people


Speakers: Chris Callender (Simpson Millar), Laura Janes (Howard League for Penal Reform), Manjit Mandair (Osbornes Law) and Oliver Studdert (Simpson Millar)

Time: 6 March 2019 at 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm

Venue: Osbornes Law, Livery House, 7–9 Pratt Street, Camden, London NW1 0AE Closest tube station – Camden Town


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A network of people dedicated to access to justice to make sure children and young people’s community care needs are met.

The law is clear that no child or care leaver should go without their needs being met.

But many children and young adults don't get the support they need and don’t know what to do about getting it. Specialist lawyers called “community care lawyers” are able to advise and represent children and young people to use the law to help them get what they need from social services. Legal aid is available for this work.

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