6 Sept 2023 | Clan Childlaw is delighted to present our 'Alright?' animation. We have been working with young people on ways of sharing their views and experiences in the legal system.
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Training: Children’s Hearings
26 Sept 2023 | Join our expert lawyers for a morning of training about Children's Hearings
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If you think you need help from our lawyers please call us on 0808 129 0522. Our helpline is free and is open 9am-5pm Monday-Friday.
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Training: Care Leavers
31 October 2023 | An in-depth online training course focusing on young people’s entitlements to support beyond care, via Continuing care and Aftercare.
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Clan Childlaw is Scotland’s law centre for children and young people. We protect and strengthen children’s rights and improve their lives.


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We are delighted to launch the first courses in our new programme of regular training, led by Clan Childlaw’s expert lawyers. We provide up-to-date information about the law in a practical and accessible way, with a focus on how the law can be used in practice to improve the lives of children and...
Finalist Scottish Legal Awards 2023
We are honoured to have been named as finalist in the 2023 Scottish Legal Awards. Clan Childlaw is nominated for the Community Contribution Award, Sponsored by Frasia Wright Associates. The Scottish Legal Awards aim to recognise excellence in Scottish law and are judged by a panel of experts drawn from...
We are delighted to have moved our Glasgow office to a new space in the Glasgow Collective where we are joining a community of social enterprises, charities, and community interest companies. Our new address is Clan Childlaw, c/o Glasgow Collective, 15 East Campbell Street, Glasgow, G1 5DT, so please do...


Gap in Children's Rights
Following the launch of our Rights In Justice project in April 2023, Project Manager Claire Lightowler reflects on the developments and discoveries since then.  It’s been four months since we launched the Rights in Justice project – to improve legal support for children and young people in conflict with the...
If we are to achieve the fundamental system change required by The Promise and ensure that rights are always respected, then lawyers and legal services for children and young people need to change too.
Dr Claire Lightowler shares emerging findings and insights from her work on a scoping study to better understand the legal needs of children and young people in conflict with the law.