Access to Justice Fellowship (A2J Fellowship)

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Providing free and timely one-stop legal support for disadvantaged groups




The venture provides free and timely one-stop legal support for disadvantaged groups facing legal issues, particularly grassroots female workers and families affected by domestic violence.

The venture partners with non-profit organisations (NPOs) to offer community legal clinic sessions to provide early and preliminary legal support and advice to their service users for free, aiming to reduce the needs for litigation by early intervention to cases. It also increases beneficiaries’ confidence in facing legal issues. Through these services, the venture also aims to strengthen the capacities of NPOs in managing and supporting their service users’ legal problems, and enhance public awareness about the availability of legal support for the disadvantaged groups.

Name of Organisation

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Approved Funding Amount


Funding Period (Status)

1 year (Active)

Expected Impact

  • Train 2 fellows and recruit 4 pro bono lawyers to provide community legal clinic sessions
  • Provide 8 community legal clinic sessions for 2 partner NPOs
  • Provide community legal clinic sessions to 32 service users of the partner NPOs


(To be updated when available)


(To be updated when available)