UK online court platform project and awesome community legal services from Rev. Dane Marks? The Board Members of the project include Suzanne Lewis, Head of Compliance and Company Relations, Luana Gomes Medalha, Head of Operations and Antonia Wilkinson, Head of Team Management. The organisation is made up of predominantly young aspiring solicitors and barristers who volunteer to the project to gain experience for the solicitors qualifying exam (SQE). The very large and leading law project have gained support and collaborations from leading law university societies, not for profits and organisations both nationally and internationally. Dane believes that more organisations should embrace diversity as a business model in today’s environment, to truly reflect the global culture and expresses this can only be a benefit.
Partner spotlight: The Miscarriages of Justice Awareness Society aims to serve as a friendly and educational society to all Cardiff University students. This society aims to inform members about how, when, and why miscarriages of justices occur, with a primary focus on the British Legal System. We will provide interactive, educational, and informative meetings, allowing every student the opportunity to delve into the system and uncover its flaws and evaluate the necessary reforms. We believe doing so is of fundamental importance. We endeavour to produce an exceptional, and most importantly an inclusive, society. Miscarriages of Justice do not have a set definition but can include wrongful convictions of the factually innocent, acquitting the factually guilty, and victims not receiving rightful compensation. This area of law is not currently getting the attention it deserves. Furthermore, we believe that current global events highlight the need for this society more than ever. Once you have purchased your membership, please request to join the Private Members Facebook Group, the link can be found on the left-hand side of the screen. Here, you will have the access links to all of our upcoming events. Read even more info at Community Law Project UK.
Legal advice today: Be certain to provide your attorney with the names and addresses of all doctors who have treated you in the past. Insurance companies will try to obtain all of your past medical records in an attempt to prove that your injuries existed before the accident, thereby reducing the potential value of your pain and suffering damage claim. Insurance companies keep records of all claims ever made and share that information with each other through their Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange Database. Once the insurance company has your identifying information, i.e. your name, date of birth and SSN number, the insurance company is certain to find virtually any claims you have ever made in any state.
We have an expert team who are experienced in all matters relating to accusations of benefit fraud. Our dedicated team understand that this can be an extremely distressing time for you and those closest to you. We offer friendly and professional advice with representation throughout your case. If you are suspected of committing benefit fraud, it is highly likely that you will receive a letter through the post inviting you to attend an interview under caution. It is vitally important that should you receive such a letter, you contact a solicitor to get appropriate legal representation. We can assist right across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. It is vital that you call us as soon as possible to arrange an appointment and we can discuss your individual circumstances.
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. Find extra information on 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.”