Bolsover District Council Legal Services
Bolsover is a local government district in Derbyshire, England. The city council has its seat in Clowne. In the 2011 census, 75,866 inhabitants were enumerated. District Council is a non-constituent partner member of the Sheffield City Region Combined Authority. The Bolsover District Council is elected every four years, with currently 37 councillors elected at each election. In April 2014, we changed our name to Derbyshire Law Centre® to better reflect the services we provide throughout the county and switched to co-location with 3 other counselling centres. Our mission as a peer-led organization is to improve access to justice for disadvantaged individuals and communities by providing quality, accessible, free and cost-effective legal advice, information and representation to individuals and groups in our geographic area. We have had a legal aid contract since the early 1990s. Under this contract, our work is regularly reviewed by the Legal Aid Agency (formerly known as the Conseil de l`aide juridique and Commission des services juridiques). This means that our service must be of a high standard, as we cannot provide additional legal aid without passing the audit. District councils are responsible for services such as: Lawyers employed at the Legal Centre are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and legal frameworks by the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives. The Law Centre receives financial support from a wide range of donors, including grants from Bolsover District Council, Chesterfield Borough Council, Derbyshire County Council and North East Derbyshire District Council, funding for European Structural and Investment Fund projects, National Lottery Community Fund, charitable sources, local and national contracts and other fundraising activities.
To meet changing needs. Be innovative and imaginative. ⚠ To notify the Law Society of inappropriate or offensive content posted on Find a Lawyer, please visit our contact page. If you need advice or assistance with your application, or if you need hiring documents in a different format such as audio, easy to read or Braille, or if you would like to discuss related topics, please contact the Disability Employment Team on 01629 532441 for assistance. Our objectives and principles are based on our membership in the Law Centre network. (To learn more about the history of the Derbyshire Law Centre, check out our historical timeline: Changing Times for Derbyshire Law Centre®®.) Our successes would not have been possible without the support of legal, voluntary and community organizations and individuals. (Information from Wikipedia on 15.6.2018, click here for more details on the map) Have you been in contact with this local authority? Do you have any feedback that will help members? So please use our form (only for members). If you`re looking for a rewarding job with room for improvement, why not join one of our valuable care teams? We have nurses, senior carers and carers in vacancies in the Derbyshire community, including opportunities in areas such as Bakewell and Ashbourne and nearby towns and villages. The information on this page is mainly based on the information received from the local authority at the time of the last modification of the page (see the date under the “Send” button). Note that the information may have changed since then.
Our latest verified accounts can be found here: DLC Accounts 20-21 To treat everyone with integrity and respect. Appreciate and respect each other`s expertise and diversity. Take responsibility for what we do and support each other to succeed. Local authorities are constantly introducing new systems. We do not always retrieve them, so please check the current situation via the links provided. If you become aware of any changes or if any of the links do not work or if there are other problems, please let us know via the feedback form so that we can update this page. Thank you very much. Note – the directory may not be completely up to date for all entries. The Law Centre holds the Lexcel Legal Practice Mark of Quality for all of our specialized work, office management and governance.
The Derbyshire Law Centre® is affiliated with the national organisation of legal centres, the Law Centres Network. They ensure that residents of our nursing homes and their own homes stay healthy and happy. The Law Centre was established in March 1989 and initially funded by Chesterfield Borough Council and Derbyshire County Council. In the beginning, there were four workers, and now there are more than 30. Over the past 32 years, the Law Centre has evolved and changed, but our philosophy and commitment to our local communities remains the same. We have grown a lot and are really proud that from our base in Chesterfield we are now able to offer advice and help throughout derbyshire. We continue to be very grateful to Derbyshire County Council for initiating the development of the Derbyshire Law Centre, formerly known as the Chesterfield Law Centre®, and now, with the support of Chesterfield Borough Council, North East Derbyshire District Council and Bolsover District Council, we continue to grow stronger. For internal and external cooperation. Listen and share.
Work as a team and share all our expertise and skills to achieve the best results. To show that it`s important to us. Promote the personal well-being of all – our employees, volunteers and customers. Apply safe and healthy work practices.