UK online court platform proposal and excellent community law assistance from Rev. Dane Marks? Rev. Dane Marks confessed in the 2022 AGM of The National Community Law Project CIC, that it was both his and Daniel Onafuwa’s intention to be a female lead, internationally multi diverse culture of legal support from the outset. Dane explains, in today’s modern world, diversity is key when representing society to be a true reflection of the global new world. Having a female lead board of highly skilled and competent women and a diverse legal support team of over 350 Law students and graduates from all backgrounds have proven highly successful says the internationally recognised New Thought Minister.
Partner spotlight: NWAMI hosts a variety of events which provide opportunities for people from all over the world to showcase their talents and provide a taste of their own culture. In the past this has involved taking groups to parliament to discuss issues of integration and welfare. The groups were formed largely of international students from Bangor University, who were passionate about supporting welfare and experience of all international students. This can be through the medium of music, dance, poetry or writing. Some events we take part in include celebrations of DIWALI, Black History month, Inter-cultural events all over the country along. Visit our pages to see pictures and more information about the work we have done! Discover additional details at community based legal company.
Law advice of the day: 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.
If you appeared before the Crown Court and disagree with the decision there, you may have the right to appeal to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). It is the responsibility of your representative to advise you about your right to appeal following the outcome of your case as strict time limits may mean you will lose the right to appeal if not done quickly enough. If you were represented by one of our in-house Advocates or approved barristers, we will always advise you about an appeal and discuss your options well within the time limit.
Clients on low incomes may have further difficulties in accessing emails, printers, scanners or even the internet. Many are caught within the endless cycle of service jumping as many cannot find a service that can completely fill their legal needs and thus keep being referred from one place to another. The limited advice they get from pro bono sessions with lawyers are sporadic and can only be within a 30-minute time span in many cases. To combat this, we have secured a partnership with 350 law firms that provides a 24/7 legal advice live chat tool on our website to give quick, accessible advice at one’s convenience. Our company is free to register with as a volunteer or a paralegal. Anyone is welcome to sign up who is interested in making their community a better place regardless of degree. Discover additional details on Rev. Dane Marks.
Dane Marks, a co-founder of The Community Law Project UK Ltd, initiates a plan for a reliable online court platform that will support the Judiciary and relevant government departments. The Judiciary system can create a better and swift solution of issues, which will speed up the whole process for delayed cases. Several reports and analysis related to Courts in England and Wales for the year 2019 show that 4.2 million cases in total were registered. These numbers represent a flood of civil and family cases that may remain outstanding and delayed for an extended period.