LawStuff.org.uk is aimed specifically at young people aged between 10-21 years of age to assist them in finding out their legal rights. Designed for easy navigation, LawStuff hosts up-to-date legal guidance on the topics that matter to young people, including Children’s Services, Education, Police and the Law as well as Online Safety and Children’s Rights. The website was launched by Coram Children’s Legal Centre, and it has attracted nearly 7,000 views since it went live last month (January 2017).
LawStuff’s At What Age Can I? tool enables children and young people to find out what they are legally entitled to do, and at what age. Popular themes include what age they can start to work, are entitled to support from Children’s Services and when they can join the armed forces. LawStuff also features a pop up glossary explaining legal words and complex legal terms. The resource is aimed at children and young people, but is a useful source of information for schools and parents as well.
For more information please visit the website www.lawstuff.org.uk
LawStuff can also been found on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LawstuffUK/
And Twitter https://twitter.com/LawStuffUK
First published 20 February 2017