“Everyone has the right to a nationality”

University of Strathclyde Law Clinic

The University of Strathclyde Law Clinic is a voluntary student run organisation. Its immigration unit works in collaboration with Refugee Survival Trust, Scottish Refugee Council and British Red Cross as part of the Destitute Asylum Seekers Service. The Clinic’s role within this service is to help clients obtain new evidence to submit fresh claims for asylum. We then assist clients to prepare a fresh claim for asylum when they are either no longer able to obtain legal aid or when there is insufficient legal aid to support them with their case. We also advise clients on other immigration application options that may be open to them. The work is carried out by law students supervised by a me (OISC level 2 qualified and non practicing solicitor).