The Community Legal Outreach Collaboration Keele (CLOCK)

The Community Legal Outreach Collaboration Keele (CLOCK) is an innovative and exciting initiative launched on 24th October 2012 by the Law School. By working with a number of partner organisations, CLOCK enables Keele Law students to provide vital help and support to disadvantaged communities through legal research, policy work and community legal education, while further strengthening key employability skills.‌

CLOCK logo June 14 200 ‌CLOCK is part of the Litigant in Person Network (LIPN), a network committing to working in partnership to support each other to provide the best possible support to people seeking access to justice.

Students participating in CLOCK receive extensive training and are given the opportunity to work with a range of partner organisations, from charities to legal firms.

If you require the assistance of a student Community Legal Companion, wish to learn more, or have any further questions about CLOCK - please visit the dedicated CLOCK pages.

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