CrowdJustice helps your clients raise funds for legal action
What lawyers say
CrowdJustice was the biggest fundraising campaign we’ve ever had – over 1,000 donors and $50,000 raised. It was a major success for us, and among the first examples in the United States of how CrowdJustice can help non-profits power impactful action in the courts.
We were absolutely thrilled when we heard about CrowdJustice. The financial support and the visibility that the platform brought to our case made a difference. The access to justice community in the U.S. has a powerful new ally.
Legal Aid Justice Center
How it works
Donation-based crowdfunding enables your client to raise funds and get community support for their case. There is no up-front cost, and the client drives the process:
1 Tell your client
Tell your client about CrowdJustice by simply sending them a link to our website. We’ll handle everything from here, helping them to build a crowdfunding page.
2 Your client raises funds
Your client mobilises their network to donate to their case. We will give them access to our dedicated support team, tools and guidance to boost their efforts.
3 Funds are transferred
Once your client hits their fundraising target, funds are transferred directly to your client trust account.
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Why use CrowdJustice?
Built for legal
Built by lawyers, CrowdJustice is the only crowdfunding platform for legal action. We’ve worked with hundreds of firms across the US and UK. Find out more by downloading our guide for lawyers.
We have robust anti-money laundering and fraud-prevention safeguards. We perform KYC checks on case owners, and sanctions and PEP checks on every backer.
We have a simple and transparent mechanism if there are unused funds at the end of a case. Read more about our Unused Funds policy here.
We partner with Stripe, an FCA-regulated, industry-leading payment processor. We have processed hundreds of thousands of individual donations and have best-in-class security.
Our experienced support team are on hand to answer any questions you might have and guide your clients through every step of the process.
Your client, your relationship
Using CrowdJustice doesn’t change the relationship between you and your client. Your client remains responsible for all legal fees.
Built by lawyers, for lawyers
CrowdJustice was founded to increase access to the legal system. Our team of lawyers, campaigners and technologists is inspired by the stories people share on our platform and strives to provide a space in which everyone can engage with important legal issues.
Julia Salasky, CEO/Founder
Julia has worked as a lawyer at international firm Linklaters, a legal aid clinic, and the United Nations. She has been named one of Debretts most influential people in law, and an industry leader by Law.com in litigation finance.
Jo Sidhu, Legal Partnerships
An experienced litigator, Jo worked at Ashurst on international litigation and a strategic pro bono project with unaccompanied refugee children in France before joining CrowdJustice.