For a couple of years the NPBC has provided support and assistance to the Network for Justice, which collates knowledge, insights, and learning from a broad range of expert sources and shares these across a community of organisations and individuals who are all working to support access to justice.
An example of a current project we are working on with the Network for Justice is the development of our Guide to Student Pro Bono, which is a resource for frontline advice organisations looking to start working with student volunteers.
The Network links people with the right contacts, information, and resources to support and coordinate developments in the access to justice space. It also runs a highly informative Justice and Innovation Group, the Legal and Advice Sector Roundtable and hosts extensive resources and research of interest to all in the access to justice community.
In an age when a large number of networking and second-tier organisations have disappeared, the NFJ provides a rare opportunity to link with other sector players.
Network for Justice member