- Access for all—justice in the age of crowdfunding
- What have been your biggest challenges since you started?
- How has the legal community reacted to this new method of funding?
- What have been your biggest successes to date?
- Have you encountered any issues with regulations or payment?
- Now that you’ve been established for a while, do you see the model changing in any way?
- Is the creation of CrowdJustice any reflection on the current levels of access to justice in the UK? Is there any message behind the organisation?
Practice Management analysis: Could crowdfunding strengthen access to justice in an era of cuts? Julia Salasky, founder of CrowdJustice—a crowdfunding platform that enables individuals, groups and communities to come together to fund legal action—explains how the CrowdJustice model operates and how it seeks to provide access to justice for previously financially-untenable cases.
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