Client Testimonials

Client Testimonial 2016

By nclcadmin Thursday, 14th July 2016 | 0 comments
Filed under: Testimonial, General.
The clients I refer to the service are among the most vulnerable in society, and in my dealings with CLM I have found Caroline to be a person with great heart and understanding for these clients and a deep commitment to work with them to resolve whatever legal issue is in question. Alongside that she brings her consummate professionalism, infinite patience and clarity of mind to get to the core of the issue at hand. Clients I have referred to the legal advice clinics also report her to be very helpful and kind in their dealings with her, and have found the service to be very valuable to them.

Client Testimonial 2016

By nclcadmin Monday, 16th May 2016 | 0 comments
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"I can’t recommend this service highly enough. I have both referred clients to the service and have sought advice myself on many occasions. With any contact I have had with CLM I am met with courtesy and professionalism, and a willingness to go the ‘second mile’ to be helpful, both by Lourde and Caroline and any other staff I encounter."

Client Testimonial 2016

By nclcadmin Monday, 15th February 2016 | 0 comments
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"There is no way we could have known how to deal with this without Caroline’s help. Only for her there is no way our son would be in school now."

Client Testimonial 2015

By nclcadmin Monday, 30th November 2015 | 0 comments
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"I want to thank you so much for everything you have done for me and my grandson; it's already making such a difference in our lives. You are some woman and the day I was sent to you was my lucky day. To meet someone like you in these times is a tonic."

Housing

By richellaoregan Friday, 12th September 2014 | 0 comments
Filed under: Housing, Testimonial.
We approached Limerick Community Law & Mediation Centre for help after we had to leave our home due to serious anti-social behaviour in the area that was going on for a number of years.  We were advised by the Gardaí that it was not safe to return to our home.  We tried to resolve the matter ourselves but were getting nowhere.  We found out about the Law Centre and met the solicitor, Caroline, who gave us advice and took on our case.  She briefed barristers through the Bar Council’s Voluntary Assistance Scheme and we issued legal proceedings against the Council and the State for their failure to manage and control the anti social behaviour in our estate.  After about a year we settled our case.