Have you seen our new Criminal Legal Aid Lawyer Finder?

The criminal legal aid finder has now been released in ALPHA mode. You can access this resource here. In that, this is a new resource, your feedback on how we could improve this service would be much appreciated.

For members of the public

This section provides information for members of the public, offenders and their families who may wish to know more about the work we do at Conviction and how we may be able to help you.

For professionals

This section is particularly useful for professionals whom are working within or those whom access services within the Criminal Justice System in England & Wales.

For students

Are you a college, undergradaute or postgraduate student interesting in finding out more about our work, how you could help or get involved, then this is the section for you.


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Conviction depends on volunteers’ support to deliver all its projects. Volunteering can be a great opportunity to gain work experience, meet like-minded people and make a difference in your local community.

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How to apply for legal aid in criminal cases

How to apply If you think you may qualify for legal aid, you’ll need to: fill in the forms or apply online get the right evidence complete the checklist where applicable send an electronic application or paper forms (where applicable) to the Legal Aid Agency (LAA) Apply online through the LAA online portal. Categories of […]