Microjustice provides:

Access to civil legal protection

We work to ensure legal certainty of individuals, as a guarantee of their rights and legitimate interests, avoiding court procedures, and thus, becoming a component and promoter of justice. Our legal protection is preventive, it happens prior to conflict, and its costs are a fraction of the social and economic expenses generated when it is left out. This protection is complementary to the governments already existing free legal aid for the poorest that generally focuses on criminal justice and conflict resolution in or outside the courts, but not so much on preventive and day-to-day justice.

Produces a country Index on the state of Civil Justice

In 2016, within the 2030 frame agenda, governments agreed to adopt official indicators on Criminal Justice and to be held accountable for reporting progress in this particular domain. It is now time to do the same for civil Justice.
Providing SDG indicators on Civil Justice, is the only way to hold governments accountable for results. We measure progress on proposed indicators and suggest interventions and standards. We help re-direct investments on justice programs that generate results. We think both transnational and as well as national

Our Mission?

Microjustice Serbia is a platform that connects people with fewer economic resources to satisfy their basic legal needs with legal professionals, making the enjoyment of their rights accessible under the same conditions as the rest of the population.

How does it work?

By registering:
  • You have full access to our templates, all the information and the progress of the case
  • We put you in contact with one of our lawyers according to your needs
  • We can help you with all the questions you have
Legal Orientation
It consists of providing free legal advice to the population that needs it, on various topics: Obtaining and updating the Legal Personality of communities, ayllus, associations and neighborhood councils; property procedures and processes; divorce and family assistance processes.
This service is provided both in the central office of La Paz, and at the FIE 12 de Octubre Bank service point in the city of El Alto. It is recommended to bring the documentation that is available.
Consists of providing free legal advice to the population that needs it, on various topics:
Case management
It is the main service of the institution; through which the population is helped with the management of their procedures and processes, especially in the following topics: Obtaining and updating the Legal Personality of communities, ayllus, associations and neighborhood councils; procedures and processes regarding identity, property, divorce proceedings and family assistance.
All legal services are characterized by being comprehensive, that is, the Legal Manager is in charge of carrying out all the procedures before Courts, Departmental Governments, SERECI, SEGIP , Real Rights, Mayors and other institutions necessary to solve the cases; the user must only go to the service points to sign some documents; and when the process has been completed, collect your folder. The request for legal support on topics that are not part of the, are sent to the professionals who are part of the Institution's Network of Professionals.
Research and development of services
This activity begins with the identification of new basic legal needs of the population; provided they are within the Microjustice intervention areas. The theoretical-practical research concludes with the identification of new legal services, and based on this, legal manuals are prepared and accessible provisional costs are defined.
Lobbying and lobbying institutions
During case management, obstacles, regulatory gaps and bureaucratic actions in the institutions are identified; and with this information, reports are prepared with proposals for regulatory and / or procedural modifications, which are submitted to the corresponding institutions. Among the main activities of Loobying are those presented to SERECI, PROREVI, Departmental Autonomous Government of La Paz.
Legal Campaigns
These consist of the diffusion of legal services, projects, and activities of the institution through the distribution of brochures, posters, and informative leaflets, in the fairs near the points of care, in fairs in urban, peri-urban, and rural communities. A group of facilitators participates in the campaigns, with tents, folding tables and chairs, and posters. During the campaigns, presentations are made on legal issues, legal queries are handled and cases are received.
Technical Assistance - Legal Sessions
This activity is intended to provide an adequate legal service in the process of Legal Personality. It consists of the revision of the Organic Statutes and Internal Regulations of the Communities, Associations and other organizations by the Legal Manager assigned to the case and the authorities or leaders of the organizations; they can be in the Central office (in which case the review is carried out with the commission designated by the organization) or they can be in the community or headquarters of the organization (in which case all affiliates or associates participate in General Meeting for analysis , debate and subsequent approval of both documents).
Dissemination and Socialization workshops
This activity consists of presenting the institution and legal services to target groups such as indigenous authorities, neighborhood councils, town councils, or other organizations that bring together massive populations. During the broadcasts, conversations are held with the population, legal services, service points, etc are disseminated; and the institution's informational posters are distributed.
This activity is carried out at the request of leaders or authorities of the organizations and takes place at the headquarters of their organizations.
Legal Training Workshops
In order for the population to know the requirements and procedures in procedures considered basic, the institution develops training workshops for the general population. These activities are coordinated with social organizations, indigenous communities, associations and other institutions to, in a simple and didactic way, create awareness about the importance of having their identity documents, community and association documents regularized (obtaining legal personality), documents of your property; know their rights as indigenous people, among others.
The workshop participants receive support materials such as manuals, leaflets, procedure guides and in many cases, participation certificates.