How to Contact Us

CORONAVIRUS update

The safety and well-being of our staff, clients and volunteers is very important to us. During this period the Law Centre's reception is currently closed and we are unable to hold any face-to-face appointments.

Law Centre staff will continue to provide telephone advice and telephone appointments on Community Care, Housing and Immigration (including EU Settled Status) and Asylum issues. Please call 01582 481000 or email admin@lutonlawcentre.org.uk.

We are continuing with casework for existing clients who can contact their caseworker using the phone number and/or email address they have been given.


The best way to get in touch with us is to telephone our AdviceLine service. We may be able to give you enough advice on the phone for you to resolve your issue, or alternatively, we may offer you an appointment if we need to meet you face-to-face or look at paperwork.

You can find out more about our AdviceLine opening times here.

Our Address

Community House
15 New Bedford Road
Luton LU1 1SA

We are in the same building as Citizen's Advice Luton

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