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Survey: Free legal advice


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Remember the 2021 report Defending the public purse: The economic value of the free legal advice sector?

It’s time to do an update!

From the Access to Justice Foundation:

If you are a frontline service provider please contribute your evidence and insight to the next iteration of this report by completing the survey linked below by 17 April* at 5pm. The survey takes about 20 minutes to complete and asks for information on the numbers and types of users accessing your services.

We know how valuable your time and resources are but we think this piece of work could be really impactful and influential as we continue to make the case for continued investment in free legal advice and support.

The data we collect from this survey is vital to the report and will allow us to put a financial quantity on the value that advice services are providing. We will use these findings to demonstrate the value of early access to free legal advice on the UK economy and directly influence the government to ensure continued funding for free legal advice.

Complete the survey

Edit: *The survey has been extended to Monday 22 April.

[ Edited: 15 Apr 2024 at 02:40 pm by shawn mach ]