Making an appointment

You can make an appointment by phoning one of the LSA offices below. Remember you can visit at drop-in times without an appointment.

There is no charge for a first appointment.  If it turns out that we cannot help you, we will tell you about other people who may be able to help. 

If we can only help you with part of your problem, we will tell you about other sources of help or refer you to one of our partner organisations if you would like us to. For example, if you need legal help because you are facing eviction, money and benefits advice may also be helpful. 

What to bring to your appointment

It is very important to bring all documents which you think are relevant. 

If you can, please also bring proof of your identity and your address.

  • Proof of identity: for example photo driving licence, passport or a bank card
  • Proof of your address: for example bank statement, council tax demand or utility bill (for example gas or electricity) showing your full name and address.

It is fine if you cannot bring such documents to your first appointment. But we may need them at a later stage.

Legal Aid

Many of the people we help are entitled to Legal Aid.  We will tell you about Legal Aid and what this involves when we see you.

To make an appointment phone:


  • LSA, Fleming House, Glasgow: 134 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6ST

For an appointment with LSA Mental Health Legal Representation Project (Strathclyde); Women and Young Persons’ Department; Housing and General Court Department: 0141 353 3354 or freephone 0800 316 8450


  • Inverclyde and Housing Rights Project: 7 Sir Michael Street, Greenock, PA15 1PQ

Preventing homelessness (Inverclyde area): 01475 725 665


  • Molendinar Community Centre, 1210 Royston road, Glasgow, G33 1HE. 

For help with legal needs in North East Glasgow: 0141 353 3354 for appointment.


  • LSA Edinburgh office, 15 Alva Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4PH

Mental Health Legal Services (Edinburgh and Lothians): 0131 228 9993


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