Loophole

March 3, 1995

(Photograph) - Loophole: final-year law students Nichola Carter and Robert Borwick of Plymouth University prepare to offer free legal services to the public through the Free Representation Unit of the university's business school.

The work ranges from representing clients in tribunals to writing letters of complaint. Clients are "genuinely unable to pay for professional legal help," says director Jeanette Stapleton. Local law firms now refer clients who cannot afford their fees.

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