A special legal advice centre Eurolegis has been opened by the European Commission Representation in Slovakia in Bratislava to provide free legal aid to individuals and organisations.
Slovak citizens and organisations will be able to use the free advice of the centre, which is intended to provide quick access to information about European law and how it applies in Slovakia.
“Eurolegis can help people in specific life situations conerning the likes of study, work or doing business in the European Union. I am convinced that the centre will contribute also to increasing awareness of rights and obligations affecting citizens from EU legislation”, said Andrea Elscheková-Matisová, head of the European Commission Representation in Slovakia.
“The legal advice of Eurolegis is for the general public and is free of charge, with no need to show you are in material distress for entitlement” said Matisová.
You can send legal queries to Eurolegis by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 02 / 54 43 17 18 to agree on a personal appointment at the European Information Centre at Palisády 29, Bratislava.