If you would like to volunteer with CEN in any capacity please contact us below.

We offer short-term work experience for KS4 students, specific work placements for legal undergraduates and pro bono opportunities for graduate lawyers.

To find out more about our free introduction to Advocacy Training please take a look at our training programme.

“My experience with CEN has been absolutely fantastic – the opportunities I have been afforded over the past few months have been wonderful, indeed I hope to continue volunteering for the charity into the future... as an advocate, I have learnt to tailor my advocacy style to different audiences. In terms of my personal development, my experience with CEN has made me all too aware of how stressful litigation can be for one’s service users, and how I need to be sensitive to this in practise.
A law student advocate

CEN provides law students with cases, training, oversight and administrative support for the School Exclusions Project run with BPP University and the University of Law. Read about the role of an Advocate with CEN.

 

Volunteers at CEN include charity trustees, legal, empowerment and SEN advocates