The PSU is an independent charity. We support people going through the court process without legal representation
Our aim is to help you to manage your case for yourself.
We have more than 500 trained and experienced volunteers, including post-graduate students training to be barristers or solicitors.
Our service is free, independent and confidential and the service is offered equally to everyone who asks.
Volunteers provide free support in the civil and family courts and some tribunals, with issues such as contact with children, divorce, eviction and money claims.
PSU volunteers can……
•listen to you, and provide information and support
•help you find out if you can get free legal advice
•discuss settling issues without going to court
•explain how the court works
•help you fill in court forms and organise court papers
•help you to plan what you want to say in court
•go into court with you, take notes and help afterwards
•provide details of other specialist agencies
Please note that we cannot give legal advice
Room M104, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, WC2A 2LL
020 7073 4760 (to book a volunteer to attend - need 2 weeks notice), 020 7947 7701/03 (office)
Mon - Fri 9.30am - 4.30pm
Who is it for:
Unrepresented litigants, their friends and families, inexperienced court or tribunal users, witnesses, victims