Therium’s not for profit initiative Therium Access has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Halsbury Rule of Law Award at the LexisNexis Legal Awards 2023. This award recognises organisations that demonstrate a sustained contribution to upholding the rule of law and celebrates a commitment to the spread of fair and ordered government, law and justice.
Therium Access is the litigation funding industry’s first not-for-profit vehicle, which provides legal funding by way of grants for claims, organisations and projects that promote access to justice for the most vulnerable and marginalised in society. These organisations cannot be funded on a commercial basis, so without Therium Access, many of these organisations would not be able to access the crucial funding they need in order to continue to provide free legal advice or support to pursue justice.
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