This past week saw the University of Strathclyde Law Clinic pack its bags and wish farewell to its home of seven years as it moved from level 5 of the Graham Hills building to larger premises on level 8 of the building.
With a main reception area where the supervisors and the Clinic administrator are based, as well as two meeting rooms and two working hubs for student advisors our new space is a significant upgrade from our two (small) rooms on level five. Despite some unpacking still do, the Clinic was able to reopen its doors on Friday 27 January.
Commenting after the move, Law Clinic Director Professor Donald Nicolson said:
“With an increasing number of case workers and project workers as well as the ever growing case load, the move to larger premises was long overdue. The fact that we need more space demonstrates how much the Clinic has grown over the past few years.”
“While we may have changed offices, the hard work and dedication our advisors and staff has not changed and I look forward to the many years of success we will experience in the new offices.”