Home

Legal Aid Agency Accessibility panel

Share your experiences

The Legal Aid Agency is looking for people who work in the law and who are disabled and/or use assistive technologies to volunteer to be part of a research panel.  This panel will take part in ad-hoc research, helping the agency to ensure their digital services are inclusive and easy to use. You do not need to work in Legal Aid to take part - people from all areas of the law are welcomed. 

Please sign up by completing this online form 

Woman On Laptop

We're here to listen...without judgement

Contact our free, confidential, emotional support service for the legal sector
0800 279 6888
Email our support team [email protected]

Your Stories 

Real stories of people in the legal community who have experienced stress, depression, anxiety and more.

  • Rm Photo

    How I coped with anxiety

    "I felt really unwell – heart rate rising, breathing out of control, nausea, and an overwhelming desire to get out of the car."

    Read more
  • Pexels Darius Krause 2253938

    How I coped with stress

    "I collapsed in the office mid-deal, suffering from exhaustion."

    Read more
  • Pexels Cottonbro 4045539

    How I sorted out my sleep

    "I would wake up four or five times a night, brain racing with thoughts and often would manage only 2 or 3 hours sleep. I was exhausted."

    Read more
  • Istock 640180442 Super (1)

    My journey to an ADHD and autism diagnosis

    "As a woman, I, like many other autistic and ADHD women, learnt to mask my traits and so I went undiagnosed for 32 years."

    Read more

Sign up to receive our newsletter.