Law for Life - annual review
Published 12/10/2018 by Roisin O'Connell
Law for Life have released their annual review of how their organisation is progressing in the fight towards a more equal society by enhancing the legal minds of individuals and preparing them for any legal issues they may come to in life
The Public legal education organisation, Law for Life, have published their annual review in which they display how far their cause has progressed over the past year and how much further they can aim to go in the future.
Law for Life’s aim is to create empowered and confident individuals and communities when it comes to the legal process and strive for an equal society where everyone can obtain justice in any legal issue they may come across in their lives.The review highlights the difference their services can make in the way people feeland the massive positive impact this can have with one course resulting in, 100% of participants feeling confident enough to choose the appropriate lawyer and, if this was not an option, feeling suitably equipped with alternative remedies.
Law for Life display how far their impact has reached across the country. It shows that in the past year they had 1,092,518 visits to their Advice Now website by 801,948 users,
with 97% of their participants describing the courses as either ‘good’ or ‘excellent’.
Further details of this review can be found here.