Search rightsnet
Search options







Welcome to rightsnet

We're here for everyone who cares about access to justice. Thousands of people across the UK use rightsnet every day to stay up to date with the latest social welfare law developments, to get casework support, and to test their ideas, share their experience and network with others with a shared interest in using the law to do good things.

It's impossible to overstate the difference rightsnet has made to my work and how it has impacted on my clients | I would not be nearly so good at what I do if it had not been for rightsnet | By far the fastest ... most user friendly way to keep right up to date | Essential to the job, I can't imagine being without it

Find out more: register for free | subscribe for news and case law updates | get casework support | sign up for our daily newsletter | post a job vacancy | list a training event. Update (Autumn 2020): Find out more about: our new name | our new #activistlawyer subscription offer | what we’ve been doing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

News and case law


Updated 1 December today at 20.08 by Ianb

LHA freeze

There’s none so deaf as those who will not hear (or in this case wear…

Updated 1 December today at 18.02 by shawn mach

Legal Aid: Civil news and updates

New from the Legal Aid Agency ... We are inviting tenders from 2018 Standard Civil…

Updated 1 December today at 17.15 by shawn mach

Charity Commission warns charities to avoid culture…

Blog post from ACEVO: Baroness Stowell, the current chair of the Charity Commission, has recently…

Find us on Twitter


1 December, 2020

rightsnet rightsnet

The @LegalAidAgency is inviting tenders to deliver Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme services in Bedford and Reading…

1 December, 2020

rightsnet rightsnet

It's now more common for people using food banks to be in debt to the government than to family and friends or payday loan companies…

30 November, 2020

rightsnet rightsnet

More than half of people applying for financial support to self-isolate are being rejected in some coronavirus hotspots in England as councils report running out of cash and loopholes leave low-income families ineligible…


Ilford, currently home working – 7 December, 2020

EUSS Adviser (OISC Level 2)

Citizens Advice Redbridge
Full time

Houghton Regis – 6 December, 2020

Welfare Benefits Adviser

35 hours per week
Up to £27,790

Derby – 9 December, 2020

Senior Welfare Rights Officer

Derby Advice, Derby Homes Limited
37 hours per week
SO2 £30,451 - £32,234

Training & events

Online Event – 9 December, 2020

Students and Benefits - An Update

Child Poverty Action Group
Online event

Online event – 9 December, 2020

Preparing for an Appeal Tribunal, Part 1

Benefits Training Company
Online event

Online event – 9 December, 2020

Income maximisation for carers

CPAG Scotland
Online event