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We believe equitable legal representation is a fundamental human right. We donate a portion of our revenue to help fund organizations working on justice reform to prevent future injustice, which includes:
 
  • Reducing harsh prison sentences
  • Changing drug sentencing policies 
  • Decriminalizing certain laws
  • Prioritizing rehabilitation of offenders, especially juvenile offenders
  • Restoring voting rights for previous offenders
  • Hiring the previously incarcerated 
  • Changing minimum sentencing laws
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Our Mission

To bring equity to the legal system by donating a portion of our revenue to organizations who are working on justice reform. It's time for love to replace hate and mistakes to be met with second chances.

Why?

The American system promises “justice for all” and due process of law. Unfortunately, it’s an empty promise for many. A recent study shows that appoximately 80% of low income individuals cannot afford legal assistance. The middle class struggles too with over 50% of their legal needs going unmet.

Our Approach

We are parterning with those who have the passion and compassion, platforms, organizations and resources to improve the justice system for people of all genders, races, places and socioeconomic conditions.

Opening Doors to Opportunities

When people cannot obtain equal justice in a timely manner or at all—because they remain outside the system, due to bias, because the laws are weighted against them, or because they cannot obtain legal representation—discord and unrest follows.  

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LawChamps donates a portion of our revenue, investing it back into funding justice reform organizations and subsidizing the legal fees for those who cannot afford them.
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