We are crowdfunding!

We need funding to expand and develop our work – to set up and support our partners so they can do more with the tech and tools we provide, and help those most in need of legal advice and support. We’re ready to launch a pilot with our first partner Toynbee Hall, supporting immigration issues, but we need to raise additional funds.

For more information and to donate visit the crowdjustice website here. Please spread the word!

How and why – Increasing access to justice through technology (and why it matters)

Dr Simon Davey, project manager of The Jeanie Project, reflects on its potential impact and how it can make a difference in the community – Read How and Why

The Jeanie Project shortlisted for a prestigious Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year (LALY) Award

The Jeanie Project was shortlisted for the 2018 Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year (LALY) Awards. The LALY Awards, organised by the Legal Aid Practitioners Group, celebrate the work of publicly funded lawyers and projects and initiatives which enable access to justice.

We were delighted to be shortlisted for the ‘Access to justice through I.T.’ award, which is sponsored by The Legal Education Foundation and offer our congratulations to the winner, Case Ratio.

The press release announcing the shortlist for the 2018 LALY Awards is available on the Legal Aid Practitioner Group website here.

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