UK online court platform proposal and excellent community law services from Rev. Dane Marks? The UK Legal system is facing many challenges at present and because of the restrictions on legal aid, the people who are mostly affected are those who are on the low-income spectrum and from marginalised areas. Dane explains, I have seen many injustices inflicted on people throughout my life, however, I strongly believe in our legal justice system and it will continue to be the fairest system of rules internationally for the foreseeable future. It is important for our future lawyers and barristers to gain the experience of serving and supporting the most vulnerable and deprived as their building blocks from the outset of their careers.
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Our team consists of primarily law students and graduates but overall those who are incredibly passionate about using the law to help bring access to justice within their communities. They will assist the community as paralegals to compile cases and evidence for viable cases on behalf of the relevant legal firms. Our main priority is to help community members and law firms prepare to deal with cases presented to them. Many of those who bring cases are not legally trained and do not know how to compile evidence correctly and may find it difficult to structure said evidence in a cohesive manner to present to their legal firm with a summary of the case. Read more details at Rev. Dane Marks.
“As a director and co-founder of the company, I would like to present our project proposal for a fully integrated online court platform allowing the judiciary to deal with cases online, named The Courts Online and a separate, international platform to watch pre-recorded and live court cases with judicial consent online, named Watch Courts Online”. Added Dane Marks, co-founder of The Community Law Project UK Ltd. “A dedicated online court platform will reduce the cost of the legal system, cost of the participants and will reduce the cases outstanding while watch courts online will allow an educational platform for law students and for those who want to learn.”