Last week our project with the University of Liverpool's School of Law and Social Justice came to an end.
The legal advocacy support project, which began in 2020, provided students with experience of working in areas of Social Justice and Welfare Rights.
The project gave student volunteer's training to conduct first tier Personal Independence Payment appeals whilst being supervised by our experienced caseworker Nancy.
We are so pleased for all students who took part. They were able to gain vital experience surrounding areas of law which concern social justice and assisted with providing a much needed service to those who suffer long term ill health and are disabled.
We want to thank all 15 students who successfully completed our project. Their training which lead them to assisting with Personal Independence Payments cases collectively contributed to gaining benefits for our clients of: