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Opportunity: London Legal Walk Event Marshal

As a marshal you will help us prepare the day, set up the street party and registration desks, and/or later be positioned along the route where it will be your role to direct walkers and offer support and encouragement as they go past. Afterwards you are invited to join in the fun at the street party on Carey Street.


Opportunity: Adviceline Assessor

Your role will be to provide perform initial phone consultations with clients.


Opportunity: Metropolitan Police Special Constable

As a special constable you’ll tackle crime, test your limits, make our communities safer and gain a wealth of skills and experience. You’ll work alongside and support regular officers in one of the biggest, most diverse capitals in the world, and have the same responsabilities as they do.


Opportunity: Legal Affairs Intern

An opportunity for a law student or graduate to take up a place in a small charity working with refugees and migrants in the UK. The successful applicant will become the Legal Team Leader and be responsible for the running of the ACAA’s free bi-monthly legal clinic, alongside other volunteer tasks. This role would particularly suit a law graduate with an interest in family and immigration law.


Opportunity: Psychology / Mental Health Placement Student

A placement with us is an opportunity to work directly with a diverse client group, make a significant impact, and learn about the changing landscape of mental health and social care, and voluntary and community services.


Opportunity: International Victim Volunteer

To support the International Visitor Victim Service


Opportunity: Special Constables

Special Constables are volunteer police officers. Trained by BTP you will give your spare time to provide a vital link between the regular police and your local community. Once trained, you will have the same powers and wear the same uniform as regular officers and will take on a variety of tasks.


Opportunity: Welfare Benefit Unit Volunteers

We’re keen for UCL students to apply to support our Welfare Benefit Unit on two days a week.

Our Welfare Benefit Unit Volunteers assist clients to completing welfare benefit applications; get involved in our reporting from the clinic and support our team of caseworkers.

It’s an invaluable role for our team and we’re keen to offer full support and training to all successful applicants.