Xenophon commits financial support for JusticeNet SA

Nick Xenophon has announced an election commitment of $120,000 annual funding towards JusticeNet’s operating expenses, as reported in In Daily on 6 February:

Crown Solicitor’s Office Makes Art for Justice

On 27 May 2016 the Crown Solicitors Office held the Inaugural CSO Art Prize Competition and Auction. Proceeds from the event were kindly donated to JusticeNet SA. Click here to see photos from the Art Prize Competition and Auction

JusticeNet EOFY Appeal - We need you!

JusticeNet SA provides vital legal help for vulnerable and disadvantaged clients like Francine who fall through the justice gap. We provide help when no one else can.

But we need your support.

JusticeNet is Recruiting!

JusticeNet is seeking a solicitor, preferably with 1-2 years PAE, to assist with the delivery of the Self-Representation Service (Federal Courts) SA/NT and the Self-Representation Service (District and Supreme Courts).

Walk for Justice 2016 - Thank you!

Almost 600 walkers from across the legal community joined this year’s Walk for Justice on 17 May. It was inspiring to see so many South Australians assembled to support access to justice. Walkers raised over $49,000 to support the work of JusticeNet SA.

Walk for Justice Registrations are now open!

Registrations are now open for Walk for Justice 2016 - Tuesday 17 May.

We need you!

Have you renewed your JusticeNet membership?

We are grateful to all JusticeNet SA members for their continued support. To renew your membership for the 2017/18 financial year, please contact [email protected] or call (08) 8313 5005.

2015 Annual Report

2015 Annual Report

JusticeNet has released its latest Annual Report. 

In 2015 JusticeNet provided access to justice for over 200 clients of limited means. Thank you to all our hard-working members, supporters and partners. 

Summer CPD Intensive

Save the Date  & Call for Presenters

JusticeNet SA is dedicated to providing pro bono legal assistance for vulnerable and disadvantaged clients. Our success has been made possible by the support of South Australia’s legal community, primarily through membership, fundraising and the contribution of thousands of volunteer hours.