JAFLAS - Turning Law into Justice   

Turning Law into Justice

Turning Law into Justice for those who cannot access justice through poverty, social exclusion or discrimination for over twenty years. 

Welcome to JAFLAS!

Turning Law into Justice. 

Our panel law firms provides advice, opinion and representation on over twenty three areas of law.

Private client - Civil Law - Criminal Law - Appeals - Tribunals

Corporate Law - Commercial Litigation - Charity Law

Special Educational Needs - Discrimination - Disability rights 



Call us now for free advice and help.
Office Hours 0843 694 1945 
Weekday evenings 6pm - 9pm 0843 694 1939
[email protected]
or click the contact button on the left hand side.


Out of hours and emergency
07981 527693

You do not need to be a veteran or serving to receive our assistance.


 JAFLAS is a registered charity in the UK

Number 1142202

 

JAFLAS has evolved over twenty years to provide a wide range of services to clients from a diverse range of backgrounds. We advise the poorest in society in their struggles to achieve access to justice as well as major players in the commercial world.


As a charity all of our profits go back into serving our clients - that makes us unique in the legal world. From the moment you contact one of our team you feel that your case is the only one we are handling, we reserve time to deal with you personally all the way through your case or negotiations.


We help clients deal with civil disputes, criminal prosecutions and a whole range of agreements and commercial transactions. We handle the small and the enormous the routine and the test case, all with the diligence of one of the most recognized client care firms in the country.

JAFLAS serves those who are at risk because of social exclusion because of disability, vulnerability or poverty. The commercial clients we charge fund those who cannot afford help.

When you need help in difficult circumstances, you will always find an open mind, a positive attitude and a meaningful contribution to your situation from our members.

The charity has a board of experts on call to help with giving opinions, a panel of lawyers all over the country to serve you where you need help and and a wealth of experience second to none, all providing their services for free to the charity and always free or very low cost to the private client. We also represent charities, commercial clients and private clients and our fees go to support our free representation service.

Nationwide - by your side.

Office Hours 0843 694 1945 
Weekday evenings 6pm - 9pm 0843 694 1939
[email protected]
or click the contact button on the left hand side.


Out of hours and emergency
07981 527693


 

What we can do for you falls into four main areas:

Appearing on your behalf in Court or before a tribunal.

Providing you with legal advice based on the evidence that you provide over the telephone or in person.

Drafting documents for you including court papers and statements of case as well as wills and contracts and other non-contentious papers such as constitutions and governing documents for not for profit bodies. 

Advising you on legal proceedings and processes and other systems such as probate and company transactions and meetings.

We provide help to individuals, not for profit organisations, charities and charitable trusts, general trusts, companies with public benefit objectives such as community interest companies and private and corporate clients (who fund our work with clients who receive free advice).

You don't have to have worn a uniform to get help!
We used to help just service personnel but now we help many more groups of people so we go by JAFLAS rather than our full title.

So what is JAFLAS made up of?

The charity has a panel of lawyers and social justice contacts throughout the country and abroad.
Our panel members are:
Chartered Legal Executives / Solicitors of the Senior Courts / Advocates of the Supreme Court / Social Justice Advice Services

Members of the American and Pakistani Bars / Members of The Industrial Law Society and the Institute of Mental Health Act Practitioners

Arbitrators / Mediators / Conciliators and experts experienced in all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution

A registered charity in the UK Number 1142202

Nationwide - by your side.

Please note we are a private charity and have no connection with any government department; we are truly independent and receive no government funding.