Justice on Appeal "JA" was founded after wanting to make a real difference fighting for Miscarriages of Justice.
JA was the FIRST pro bono Criminal Appeals Charity in the UK in 2010 that reviewed Miscarriages of Justice along with Law Students, working on real criminal appeals. There was huge success with "JA" finding so much police and prosecution fabrication of evidence which is to the ultimate benefit of those wrongfully convicted.
JA worked with Law Students, Legal Professionals, Researchers and others who were reviewing cases looking for injustice, Miscarriages of Justice,
JA was helpful in the ruling of: Lord Justice Hughes in: A & Ors (Joint Enterprise) v R.  EWCA Crim 1622 (15 July 2010)
JA Chairman gave evidence in the Joint Enterprise case for the House of Commons Justice Committee: R v Jogee  UKSC 8
Law Students are given the opportunity of working on real Criminal Appeal cases and now extended to other areas of Law such as, Family Law, Contract/Commercial Law and TORT
As Seraphim, Law Students can join The Home Club foundations, receiving a share of the entity whilst developing their Legal Professional Skills and can remain in the Foundation until such time as taking pupilage or other legal position, retaining their share in the foundation and Seraphim Club Membership.
Law Students must firstly become Seraphim. see: Seraphim Club
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