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Access to justice is the foundation of our democracy. Without equality before the law, our rights are just words on a page.


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In the news

Elsa Marin | 23 September 2022

How Facebook's Problematic Handling Of Data Privacy Could Become A Threat To Justice

Technology progressing faster than ever can come into conflict with civil rights – as in the case which curiously links Facebook to the overturning of Roe v Wade. But technology also offers a solution…

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Ludwig Bull | 2 September 2022

Why Google Law Doesn’t Cut It

Ever typed a burning legal question into Google in hopes of fast, cheap advice that helps you solve an icky problem? Read here why Google doesn’t keep that promise and what you can do instead.

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Can My Landlord Increase My Rent?

Following reports that growing numbers of young people are paying unaffordable rent, many are worried that their rent too will increase. But landlords are not always allowed to increase your rent, and when they are allowed, certain rules apply. Keep reading for the lowdown on whether your landlord is allowed to increase your rent.

Ayush Sanghavi | 23 August 2022

CourtCorrect Launches Digital Legal Advice Project With AXA-ARAG In Switzerland

AXA-ARAG legal expert will provide free digital legal advice in Switzerland through CourtCorrect’s online platform. The partners want to advance the digitisation of the law and increase access to justice.

Team CourtCorrect | 2 February 2022

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