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I need some help regarding a legal issue with a former employer and am looking for a law student to help write a letter as I can't afford the full fee that a practising solicitor would charge. I can pay a small fee now and further money will be paid for a successful result.
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Not gonna happen.

Go to CAB or law clinic if you want free legal assistance.
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Don't you feel confident enough to do it bud? I overestimated you.
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Not gonna happen.

Go to CAB or law clinic if you want free legal assistance.
Who said "free"? I was hoping for someone that can read
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Who said "free"? I was hoping for someone that can read
The answer is still no, mp.
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Who said "free"? I was hoping for someone that can read
A law student in isolation has not been trained in any aspect of litigation, including writing letters. They would be very foolish to assist anyone with litigation on the basis that they have studied the law, let alone to actually take money for that assistance. A law student is not your answer here even if you are paying them. As has already been said, if you cannot afford the fee for a solicitor, you need to go to the CAB or a law clinic. Where, incidentally, you may still be advised by a law student, but it will be a law student that is properly supervised and has received some form of training.
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Aye CAB/law clinic is a right laugh.

But I did end up doing claim forms and letters quite quickly -- mainly cos the funding and paid staff went to benefits, leaving me and a retired solicitor as the only people interested in private law. I only ****ed over about 60% of my clients through my incompetence, so I say it was a resounding success.
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