Our Working Party sponsors

We develop partnerships with companies across a wide range of industries, delivering corporate social responsibility benefits for them and vital funds for our work. This wouldn’t be possible without the extraordinary generosity of the corporate partners below:

Berwin Leighton Paisner

“We are proud to support the important and highly relevant work of JUSTICE, by providing financial support as well as our expertise and research skills. We were the lead corporate partner for JUSTICE’s 2017 report on diversity in the judiciary. BLP partner Tim Smith played an active role as a member of the working party and was able to offer his experience as co-champion of the firm’s social inclusion and ethnicity initiative and in his role as a part-time judge. A number of BLP volunteers also undertook research for the report. For two years in a row a team of BLP lawyers has run the Royal Parks Half Marathon in order to raise funds for JUSTICE. In addition, BLP partner Aaron Stephens serves on the Council of JUSTICE.”

Pagefield Global Counsel

“As communications advisers specialising in litigation, we understand the importance of the rule of law and access to justice. JUSTICE is the leading organisation advocating to make the justice system fairer, more transparent and accessible to all. We are proud to support them in every way we can. We want to help them make real change and are proud to sponsor JUSTICE’s Assisted Digital Working Party, as well as helping ensure the charity communicates effectively to a variety of audiences. The JUSTICE team is incredible and we are delighted to support them in their hugely valuable work.”

Pinsent Masons

“Supporting the work of JUSTICE in Scotland has been really significant for us.  As well as providing financial support as a Firm, a number of our lawyers contributed their time and work to the project as volunteers.  Among the contributions, one of our senior professional development lawyers Fiona Cameron provided support to the project and our partner Jim Cormack served as a member of the working party.   The project was both interesting and rewarding for all involved in contributing to the brilliant work JUSTICE does by supporting the rule of law and promoting access to justice.  We look forward to working further with JUSTICE in the future both in Scotland and across the rest of the UK.”

Corporates can also become members of JUSTICE. Find out more about that here.