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Legal Help and Information

Legal help: where to go and how to pay

Published Friday, June 15, 2018


This Commons Library briefing paper provides information about sources of legal help and
advice, and how to pay for it, including:
• Finding legal help;
• Self-representation;
• Legal aid;
• Pro bono legal help;
• Other ways of finding legal advice, including organisations which provide help and
advice regarding specific legal issues.
Legal help or advice should be given by a suitably qualified person with professional liability
Related Commons Library briefing papers
• Legal advice and help in employment matters, SN/BT/2830, 9 June 2017
• Mediation and other alternatives to court, SN/HA/4176, 6 June 2013
• No win, no free funding arrangements, CBP/HA/7607, 31 May 2016

Please check that this is the latest ACAS guidance

Bullying and harassment

Bullying and harassment leaflet for employers Bullying and harassment means any unwanted behaviour that makes someone feel intimidated, degraded, humiliated or offended. It is not necessarily always obvious or apparent to others, and may happen in the workplace without an employer’s awareness.

Bullying or harassment can be between two individuals or it may involve groups of people. It might be obvious or it might be insidious. It may be persistent or an isolated incident. It can also occur in written communications, by phone or through email, not just face-to-face.

Read our latest policy discussion paper pdf icon Seeking better solutions: tackling bullying and ill-treatment in Britain’s workplaces [429kb]. The aim of this paper is to consider how bullying and ill-treatment might be tackled more effectively in Britain’s workplaces.

You can download either the pdf icon Advice leaflet – Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for managers and employers [195kb] or pdf icon Advice leaflet – Bullying and harassment at work: a guide for employees [215kb].