A legal advice clinic set up by the University of Exeter is seeking volunteers to oversee students helping to plug a gap in immigration advice in the south-west of England. The service, sponsored by barrister set Matrix Chambers, provides advice and assistance with completing forms. Students are supervised by qualified staff at all times. Due to high demand in the area, the clinic is now seeking volunteer solicitors or barristers to supervise students remotely. They would be asked to assist on around five cases a year. ‘There is no law centre and no law firm in Exeter with immigration legal aid contracts, leaving many migrants without the advice they need,’ Helena Wray, associate professor in migration law, told the Gazette.
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