The following is a press release by the National Solidarity Party on its free legal clinic:
The National Solidarity Party is pleased to announce that it has set up a Legal Clinic to provide free legal consultation by qualified volunteer lawyers to Singaporeans who cannot afford to see a lawyer.
This community service by NSP is open to all Singapore Citizens who do not have the means to pay for legal advice. You do not need to be a member of NSP to consult with our Legal Clinic lawyers.
The Legal Clinic provides registrants with a face-to-face consultation session with a qualified volunteer lawyer. No advice will be given over the telephone, via email or by correspondence.
The Legal Clinic:
- Does not provide legal representation to carry out any legal action.
- Does not provide legal consultation for inquires relating to Criminal Offences and Business Law.
- May decline to provide consultation for areas of law which are outside the expertise of the attending volunteer lawyer.
Consultations will be held at the National Solidarity Party premises at No. 397, Jalan Besar, #02-01A, Singapore 209007.
As consultations are by appointment only, do register for a consultation at the NSP’s Legal Clinic by sending your full name, NRIC number and a brief description of the legal inquiry to: [email protected]
Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss who heads NSP's legal clinic made the following appeal on her Facebook:
To my lawyer and non-lawyer friends: Our Free Legal Clinic aims to help needy Singaporeans who are struggling with legal issues. If you feel that you would like to be part of this effort, do send me a FB private message. More lawyers and helpers on board will mean that we can help more Singaporeans get through their difficult times. We will roster your attendances at our Clinic according to your schedule.