A big thanks to Adam Kramer who secured £2,000 via a pro bono costs order by resisting a summary dismissal application and obtaining specific disclosure for an elderly Afghani lady, on her claim for around £70,000 said to have been fraudulently obtained from her.
The Access to Justice Foundation, as part of the Litigant in Person Support Strategy, has recently awarded grants to Citizens Advice Shepway, North East Law Centre, Suffolk Law Centre and Citizens Advice North East Lincolnshire to help support their invaluable work with litigants in person.
The Access to Justice Foundation, PO Box 64162, London WC2A 9AN. The Access to Justice Foundation is a company limited by guarantee (No. 6714178) and a registered charity (No. 1126147). Registered office: The National Pro Bono Centre, 48 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1JF.
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