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A Multimedia project for Roma parents delivered by Law for Life in Derby, Rotherham and London
Ellen Taylor, from Derbyshire Law Centre, explains their plans to use funding, provided by the Ministry of Justice through the Litigant in Person Support Strategy, to develop their Lip Service.
A leader in public legal education, National Justice Museum Education delivers stimulating education programmes in real courtrooms across Nottingham, London and the North West, including at the Royal Courts of Justice and the Rolls Building in London. Based in Nottingham, the National Justice Museum owns the UK’s largest Collection relating to law, justice, crime and punishment. The City of Caves in Nottingham is also a part of the National Justice Museum and explores stories of social justice within the city’s historic sandstone caves.
(Author: Laura Cassidy, Fundraising and Development Manager at the Access to Justice Foundation) Find out about the sponsored legal walks happening around the country and how you can get involved. Organised by Legal Support Trusts around the country, legal walks raise funds for free legal advice charities. If you are a charity that offers free legal advice or offers support to litigants in person (e.g PSU), you can 100% fundraise for your organisation.