Offering free legal advice in Edinburgh

Services

What we can do for you

Employment Law

In this area we cover the employer-employee relationship and any potential legal problems which might arise. These include: disputes with the employer, pay entitlements, dismissal, disciplinary procedure, and other related matters.

Housing Law

In this area we address any legal problems arising from tenancy agreements. We offer advice on a number of issues, which include: disputes over tenancy agreements, tenants’ rights, as well as problems with deposits.

Please note, that we do not provide advice on Housing Benefit and related matters. We are also unable to offer any advice on issues concerning the selling and buying of heritable property..

Consumer Contract Law

This is our broadest area of practice, covering consumer issues in relation to: buying and/or leasing of products and related activities. We also provide advice on consumer protection, especially in respect of problems connected with the quality of purchased products.

If you are uncertain whether we can help you, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We will attempt to answer any queries promptly.

About us

The Edinburgh Napier Law Clinic is a voluntary organization aiming to provide free legal advice and assistance to those citizens of Edinburgh, who do not qualify for legal aid or need to make a significant contribution towards the legal cost, which they cannot afford to pay.

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Our team

We are Law students at Edinburgh Napier University...

Martin Kotsev

Co-Founder

Gergana Chausheva

Co-Founder

Agnieszka Zakrzewska

Managing Director
Agnieszka is responsible for all of the clinic’s organisational and HR related matters.

Patricia Elder

Managing Director
Patricia is responsible for all of the administration and procedural matters relating to clinic’s activities.

Craig Menezes

Information and Technology (IT) Officer
Craig is responsible for all maters connected with the Clinic’s activities which involve the use of information technologies.

Emma Miller

Training and PR Officer
Together with Katie Moore, Emma is responsible for organising the training programme of the Clinic and any other training related activities. Emma is further responsible for all public relations that the Clinic has with external organisations.

Myeda Mukit

Admin Officer

Linsey Fadiga

Admin Officer
Linsey deals with the administrative side of the clinic. She is responsible for ensuring there is smooth running in the clinic affairs.