"We provide one-to-one legal services in the areas of IP, internet and entertainment law at low-to-no-cost for all types of creators. Recently we've had an influx of requests for help from the United Kingdom [now, why should that be, wonders Merpel. Anything to do with this?]. Short of sending people to the Open Rights Group,which is more of a policy group, I have no idea where to send people for help. Do you know of any law school clinics or non-profits within the United Kingdom that do pro-bono (or low cost) IP work?"This Kat has vague recollections of his student days, when law school clinics were all the vogue, but is quite out of touch with that scene these days. He hopes that readers, not just in the UK but beyond, will be able to post some helpful suggestions about places to which deserving cases can be directed so that their legal position -- whether as creators, performers, owners or consumers -- can be properly explained to them and their interests represented.