We believe that anyone who needs legal advice should be able to access it – no matter what their background or income might be. Our free ground-breaking technology helps community groups and charities provide access to the law for those that need it most.

“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…That’s why the work of The Jeanie Project is so important, because without it…achieving justice will continue to be out of reach for many people”  

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

NEW: Interview with Lucy Scott-Moncrieff CBE, Founder & Managing Director of Scott-Moncrieff and Chair of Trustees at The Jeanie Project

Read the interview here.

What is The Jeanie Project?

The Jeanie Project is a charity which provides community groups with free access to an easy to use online platform called KIM. Community groups include, but are not limited to, charities, food banks, advice centres and MP surgeries.

KIM facilitates the collection of information from clients with legal problems. The information is signposted to local advice infrastructure or sent to our pro bono legal advisers who will work remotely to analyse the client’s problem and contact them directly with free advice.

Currently in pilot phase, The Jeanie Project will respond to the needs of community groups and charities as it develops.