Suffolk Law Centre is the UK’s newest Law Centre; having launched on 23rd March 2018.
Suffolk Law Centre was set up by Ipswich & Suffolk Council for Racial Equality (ISCRE). The two organisations share staff and office space at 46A St. Matthew’s Street, Ipswich, IP1 3EP. Last year, ISCRE celebrated its 40th anniversary and has a history of working towards the elimination of unlawful discrimination, promotion of equality of opportunity and access to justice.
Suffolk Law Centre became a full member of the Law Centres Network in November 2017 and was awarded charitable status (as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation) on 12 December 2017 (Charity No. 1176229).
Building on the legal advice services previously provided by ISCRE, Suffolk Law Centre aims to become a significant source of legal advice and assistance both within Suffolk and, where appropriate, right across East Anglia.
Our Vision is empowering the people of Suffolk to understand and assert their legal rights. Our Mission is to provide legal services to help the diverse communities of Suffolk to gain equal access to justice, to challenge disadvantage and inequality, and to understand their legal rights, obligations and protections.
Our current work
For further information, visit our website.
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