Excellent community based law company UK from Rev. Dane Marks? Dane Marks co-founder and board member of The National Community Law Project CIC, a social enterprise which supports low income and marginalised people with legal issues facing them throughout the UK and a non-denominational new thought minister, who believes to embrace the power of God from within and serves all people regardless of religion, race or colour, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and age.
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. See additional info at Community Law Project UK.
Legal tip today: Keep your attorney informed of anything that might affect your case. Certainly nothing should be signed without first consulting the attorney. Applications for insurance benefits, reports to the State, any change in doctors, returning to work, any change in treatment, etc., should be reported promptly. Disability or unemployment applications should first be checked by the attorney. Keep your attorney advised of any vacation times when you may not be available. An emergency telephone number and an alternative way of reaching you must be in your attorney’s file at all times.
Regrettably, some parents and family members may find themselves in dispute with Social Services about the way in which they are looking after their children. In some cases, Social Services may even want to take their children into Local Authority care, a distressing situation for any parent or carer. At Elliot Mather we have a team of specialists, and 7 of our solicitors in the child care team are members of the Law Society’s Children Panel Accreditation Scheme, which recognises their expertise in this area of law. Membership of the Children Panel allows them to represent both children as well as parents and other family members in Care Proceedings, and other complex Children Act proceedings.
The issues have been excruciatingly increased due to the global pandemic, which has severely impacted the most vulnerable even more so. The negative ramifications have affected the legal industry, particularly law firms. This has in turn impacted the futures of many young legal professionals seeking work. Many internships have been cancelled or postponed, leaving many in the field out of work, particularly recent graduates. Many law firms on top of the legal aid cuts and the results of the pandemic, do not have the capacity or resources to take on the ever-growing number of cases that these low-income people want to bring forth. We sought a solution to solve all these issues at once. See more information 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.”