Using the information on our Website


The Children’s Legal Centre is committed to providing accurate and up to date information about the law that applies to young people in Wales, and how the law affects young people in Wales.

The information on this website may help answer a question you have about the law generally, or help you understand something that has happened to you, or is happening to you, but it can only do so in general terms. You should not take the information on this website as legal advice about how the law applies to you and your specific situation. If you need legal advice, you should talk to a qualified legal adviser who will be able to listen to what the situation is and give you specific advice about how the law will apply to you.

We will always do our best to make sure the information on this website is up to date and accurate. However, the law can change rapidly, and we may not always be able to update the website straight away. This is another reason why you should always make sure you take legal advice from a qualified legal adviser.

The Children’s Legal Centre cannot accept responsibility for any error or omission in the content on the website.

The Children’s Legal Centre cannot be liable for any damage or loss from the use of, r inability to use, the material on this website, or for any action or decision you take based on the content on the website.

Where we link to other websites, we cannot be held responsible for any of the content contained on those other websites, and any loss or damage you may suffer as a result of visiting those websites, or as the result of relying on the content provided by any of those websites.


All the original content on this website, including text, logos and images, belong to the Children’s Legal Centre.

  • You may copy information from this website to a local hard disk for your own personal use
  • You may quote from this website, for example in a letter, or in a project or homework, as long as you indicate that you are quoting the Children’s Legal Centre website and include our url.

You may link back to our website from your own or another website without our permission provided you do not assert or imply that we are associated with your website or endorse it. If you wish to talk to us about such an association or endorsement, please get in touch with us at childrenslegalcentre@swansea.ac.uk.

The logos on this website, including but not limited to, the jigsaw piece design, is the property of the Children’s Legal Centre and should not be copied or used either for personal or commercial use without the express written permission of the Children’s Legal Centre.

Geographical extent

This website expressly addresses legal issues in Wales. The law in Wales is not always be the same as the law in England, Scotland or Northern Ireland. If you need information about the law as it applies to those parts of the United Kingdom, you may need to look elsewhere.


We reserve the right to alter or amend any of the content on this website at any time and without notice. We may also withdraw the website at any time.

Website Security

While we have made every effort to ensure that our website is uninterrupted and error free, that defects are corrected and that the website is free of viruses and other malevolent compute problems, we cannot warrant that this is the case. We cannot accept any loss or damage that you may experience to your computer or data arising from using our website, and we always advise you to invest in your own internet protection and security software.


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