We believe that anyone who needs legal advice should be able to access it – no matter what their background or income might be. Our ground-breaking technology will help food banks and community groups and provide access to the law for poor and vulnerable people.

“It is a fundamental pillar of our democracy that everyone should be able to exercise their legal rights regardless of their background or financial position. However, cuts to legal aid have seen many people on low incomes simply unable to access good quality legal advice because it is unaffordable. That’s why the work of the Jeanie Project is so important, because without work they and others will do, wrongs won’t be righted and achieving justice will continue to be out of reach for many people” – Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

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Latest News – Crowdfunding success

Our crowdfunding was a success – thank you to everyone who contributed, supported and shared. We raised almost £10,000 which will support our campaign to help those in need of legal advice and support and enable us to run our pilot in East London this Autumn.

Read How and Why – our take on increasing access to justice through technology.

Read Roger Smith’s article “Jeanie – out of the bottle” and Legal Futures’ piece on our plans for food banks and MPs surgeries. The Lawyer report on EY Riverview Law’s gift of the AI tool and Law Society Gazette discuss virtual help to the vulnerable and reducing overwhelm for pro bono lawyers. The Times’ report on Sadiq Khan’s support for the project.