JUSTICE is an all-party law reform and human rights organisation working to strengthen the justice system – administrative, civil and criminal – in the United Kingdom.
We are a membership organisation, primarily of the legal profession, comprising barristers, solicitors, legal executives, academic lawyers, law students and interested non-lawyers. We work on an all-party basis, seeking to inform debate, frame issues and influence decision-makers from across the political spectrum.
JUSTICE is at the heart of issues that will shape the future legal landscape. We promote access to justice, human rights and the rule of law – through research, education and interventions in the courts. For more than 50 years we have been at the cutting edge of the debate on legal reform and are widely respected for the quality of our analysis.
Achieving the vision and mission of JUSTICE is a long-term goal. Many of our projects run for years, if not decades; integrating research, education and casework to improve the operation of the justice system and protect individual rights. For example, JUSTICE’s first project – in 1963 – worked to highlight the inability of us all to challenge poor decision making. This work led to the establishment of the Parliamentary Ombudsman, but we still work on administrative justice today, researching the effectiveness and accessibility of the Ombudsman, promoting access to judicial review, and exploring the effectiveness of non-judicial models of redress.
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