Dan Popescu, Head of Communications
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Individual cases / legal advice
The Commission does not give advice on individual cases or points of law, or respond to queries on specific cases or complaints about solicitors. We also cannot assist with student assignments.
Alternative sources of professional assistance include:
Freedom of Information
We make a significant amount of information available under our Freedom of Information publication scheme. The information you are looking for may already be available under the scheme, and you will not need to make a formal request under the Freedom of Information Act.
If you wish to make a formal Freedom of Information request, please make your request either by email or by post to the address above. Please mark your correspondence “Freedom of Information”.
We have tried to locate all of our older publications and make them available for reading and/or downloading. If you are looking for a publication that you cannot find on this website, please email the details to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send the PDF to you.
Our policy is to respond to all enquiries promptly and courteously. We treat all complaints seriously and aim to reply to them within 20 working days. If we cannot do that, we will keep you informed of the progress we are making with your complaint. If we decide your complaint is justified we will apologise and explain how we intend to put the situation right.
About the Commission
If you have a complaint about a member of the Law Commission’s staff or about its administrative procedures you should write, giving details of the complaint and your name and address, to the Head of Corporate Services either by email or to the address above.
If you have a complaint about the conduct of one of our consultations you should write, giving details of the complaint and your name and address, to the Consultation Co-ordinator, either by email or to the address above.