In conjunction with the LawWorks & Attorney General Student Awards, the Access to Justice Foundation is looking for nominations of educational bodies or students who have made significant contributions to the promotion of access to justice. A range of activities are eligible for the Award, including:
Organising events or activities highlighting access to justice issues.
Promoting wider issues around access to justice and the work of the sector in addressing these.
Fundraising for access to justice causes including The Access to Justice Foundation and the Legal Support Trusts.
Supporting the work of the free legal advice sector and access to justice organisations including the Access to Justice Foundation and the Legal Support Trusts.
Participating in events and activities promoting access to justice such as the fundraising events of the Legal Support Trusts.
This award has been created in recognition of the vital importance of the varied support, as exemplified above, that free legal advice agencies receive that is not legal pro bono work. The Foundation is proud to celebrate these other forms of contribution. The Award will recognise the vital importance and range of support that free legal advice agencies receive beyond legal pro bono work, as illustrated above.
Details of the 2019 award will be available in due course
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