UK online court platform project and awesome community legal assistance by Rev. Dane Marks? Rev. Dane Marks confessed in the 2022 AGM of The National Community Law Project CIC, that it was both his and Daniel Onafuwa’s intention to be a female lead, internationally multi diverse culture of legal support from the outset. Dane explains, in today’s modern world, diversity is key when representing society to be a true reflection of the global new world. Having a female lead board of highly skilled and competent women and a diverse legal support team of over 350 Law students and graduates from all backgrounds have proven highly successful says the internationally recognised New Thought Minister.
Partner spotlight: Lawyers Without Borders (LWOB) is an international charitable organisation which aims to protect human rights and promote the rule of law. The organisation is made up of lawyers from around the world who provide pro bono services to access to justice and human rights initiatives. The importance of the organisation in upholding human rights, ensuring legal integrity and raising awareness has been seen globally in relation to issues such as human trafficking, wildlife crime and child labour. The Lawyers Without Borders Society is the Cardiff Student Division of LWOB, and aims to raise awareness about human rights and the rule of law in relation to national and international issues. The Society holds fundraising events and conducts awareness campaigns (including debates and panel events) throughout the year. The Society also runs a newsletter, The Justicia, which discusses topical human rights issues. Furthermore, the Society undertakes pro bono research tasks and media projects for LWOB, and has competed in the LWOB Annual Rule of Law Innovation Challenge. Discover even more details at Community Law Project UK.
Law tip today: Insurance company private investigators have been known to carry concealed tape recorders to interview claimants and their friends or acquaintances. You should never discuss your case with anyone other than your attorney and your treating doctors or therapists. It is extremely important that you advise your attorney of any PRIOR ACCIDENTS, PRE-EXISTING INJURIES or PRE ACCIDENT PHYSICAL COMPLAINTS. Many good cases are compromised or lost because the injured person forgets or conceals previous injuries or history of physical complaints from his or her own attorney.
We are in a position to fully advise you at all stages of any dispute with Social Services, from child protection conferences through to the court proceedings. We can represent you at a PLO (pre-proceedings) meeting called in respect of your children, to try and negotiate with the Local Authority and avoid care proceedings. We often deal with cases that involve contact with children in care and adoption. We can represent you in any Court Proceedings brought by the Local Authority seeking an order for your children to be taken into care or to become subject to a Supervision Order (and in such cases legal aid is automatically available, without financial contribution, to parents of children who are the subject of Care Proceedings). All members of our team have extensive experience in dealing with complex cases dealing with issues.
Clients on low incomes may have further difficulties in accessing emails, printers, scanners or even the internet. Many are caught within the endless cycle of service jumping as many cannot find a service that can completely fill their legal needs and thus keep being referred from one place to another. The limited advice they get from pro bono sessions with lawyers are sporadic and can only be within a 30-minute time span in many cases. To combat this, we have secured a partnership with 350 law firms that provides a 24/7 legal advice live chat tool on our website to give quick, accessible advice at one’s convenience. Our company is free to register with as a volunteer or a paralegal. Anyone is welcome to sign up who is interested in making their community a better place regardless of degree. See extra information at Rev. Dane Marks.
We need to keep things functional without a physical presence in all community areas in the current situation. There is an absolute need for an entirely secure and well-integrated online court platform because it will dramatically reduce costs, delays and stress of court cases. The Community Law Project UK Ltd proposes an online platform that will allow people to attend court from any distant place without being exposed to any viral diseases. The Community Law Project UK Ltd is a fantastic innovation to provide high quality, innovative and result-oriented legal support service to the community. The company is proposing a “The Courts Online” platform to facilitate and optimize the Judiciary system and law education domain.