Our mission is simple – to give more access to the legal system. We're a team of lawyers, technologists and campaigners and we built CrowdJustice as a way to level the playing field.
Julia Salasky, CEO/Founder
A former litigator, Julia has worked as a lawyer at Linklaters, a legal aid clinic and the United Nations. She was named "a future shaper" by Marie Claire magazine, one of Debretts most influential people in law, and an industry leader in litigation finance by Law.com.
Jo Sidhu, Legal Partnerships
Jo joined CrowdJustice from the international law firm, Ashurst. She received her law degree from Oxford University. Jo believes the legal community should work to increase access to the courts and engagement with the law itself.
Matthew Bethell, Campaigns
Matthew has worked in the US and UK campaigning for political candidates, elected officials and non-profits. He recently ran communications for a renewable energy startup, after serving as an advisor to David Lammy MP. Matthew studied at Cambridge and Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs.
Krystle Wright, Legal Partnerships
Krystle is a growth-driven sales leader with over a decade of experience in business development. She’s scaled and led large sales teams for companies like HomeAway and Costar in the U.S. As a driver of positive change, she is passionate about contributing to the CrowdJustice mission.
Lauren Watson, Legal Partnerships
Lauren read Law at Queen Mary, UoL before completing her LL.M. in Conflict, Human Rights and Justice at SOAS, UoL. Prior to joining CrowdJustice, she worked in a sales and business development role in the legal sector. Lauren has lived and worked in several European countries and speaks French fluently. She is passionate about international human rights law and promoting access to justice.
Maeve Storey, Operations and Support
Maeve read history at Trinity College Dublin, and has a masters in journalism from the Dublin Institute of Technology. She's worked in senior community and operations roles at different tech companies and well before she joined CrowdJustice was a major ambassador of (and backer to) cases on the platform.
Gavin Clark, Engineering
Gavin was Head of Engineering at RolePoint and held engineering roles at Blackwell Learning and Specialmoves. He's passionate about advancing the benefits of technology to all – not just the powerful few.
Chris Green, Engineering
Chris studied Computer Science at the University of Birmingham, graduating to join the defense industry, realised what he'd done, then left to join CrowdJustice. Having worked with almost every level of the stack, from researching embedded firmware to building auth systems, he's not sure how he ended up a python developer, but he's happy about it.
Philip Douglas, Engineering
Philip graduated from the University of Bath and then spent six years working on Playstation development tools. Having single-handedly made the Playstation 4 a success, he's now turned his Python skills towards a more important field.
India Dearlove, Engineering
India has worked for multiple tech startups since teaching herself how to code. Having jumped between multiple languages she is ready to settle down with Python. She is also an instructor for Code First: Girls, as she is eager to get more women into tech.
CrowdJustice is changing the way people access justice and building a big business at the same time. We're always looking for amazing people to join our growing team. Benefits include:
- Competitive stock options and compensation
- Bright office in Chancery Lane with a barista, craft beer and prosecco on tap
- Mission-driven company where you know you're making a positive impact
- Frequent lunches and off-sites
- Choose your own equipment
- Access to an amazing network of mentors and more!