We work with a range of professionals in the voluntary, statutory and private sector to increase their capacity to help women through the law.
There are a number of ways in which we can help you to keep up to date with developments in law and policy affecting women.
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We offer specialist legal advice to women on family law, criminal law and immigration and asylum law.
Find more information about our advice lines and to download posters here
We publish a range of legal publications and research on women’s legal rights.
Find more about women’s legal rights in our series of legal guides and handbooks here
If you would like us to send you copies of useful legal guides or handbooks for your service users please contact us
Find more about our policy work and research on legal issues affecting women here
We regularly run training courses and events aimed at increasing the awareness and understanding of women’s legal rights for professionals working with women.
Find more about our training and events on legal issues affecting women here
This interactive forum is a place for information sharing amongst professionals working in gender, migration and violence against women. It is a forum for sharing updates on case law and legislation as well as a source of practical advice and assistance in individual cases.
Find more information about WoMAN and our Athena project here
The experiences of your organisation and the women you work with can be really useful in our campaigning to improve women’s legal rights and their access to justice.
Find out how you can get involved in our campaigns here
Rights of Women’s exceptional case funding project aims to improve access to legal advice and representation for women in England & Wales who have been victims of domestic or sexual violence or abuse.
Since 1 April 2013, legal aid has not been available in many areas of immigration law as well as much of family law unless the individual can prove they have been a victim of domestic violence with specified evidence. If an individual’s immigration or family law case is one for which legal aid is no longer generally available, they may still be able to get legal aid by applying for ‘exceptional case funding’.
Find out more: ECF Project Information
Making a referral: Please read the information sheet first, then download and complete the referral form: ECF Project Referral Form
Please note: immigration referrals are currently subject to a wait of at least one month.