The Centre for Military Justice provides free, independent, expert legal services to serving or former members of the Armed Forces or their bereaved families.

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Why We Exist

People in the Armed Forces need access to free, independent, expert legal advice when dealing with serious bullying, sexual harassment, gender-based violence or other forms of discrimination, including racial discrimination.

Bereaved military families need access to expert legal support and representation when dealing with the aftermath of a service death.

The Centre for Military Justice was set up to provide these services.

We are committed to the rule of law, access to justice and human rights. We are completely independent.

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Our Services

  • Helpline

    We run a free helpline for initial advice and information on a wide variety of topics. If we cannot help you, we aim to direct you to someone who can.

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  • Inquests

    We offer a bespoke inquest support and legal representation service for bereaved people whose loved one has died in service or in connection with the Armed Forces. We work closely with our expert friends at the charity INQUEST.

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  • Service complaints, advice to victims of crime and other casework

    We offer many forms of casework support to current or former members of the armed services, as well as their families.

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  • Strategic Litigation

    We run strategic and public interest litigation - cases that raise issues of wider public importance that have the potential to improve things for other people.

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  • Campaigning

    We lobby and campaign on important issues we come across through our casework.

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  • Psychological support

    We offer psychological and emotional support in appropriate cases where clients need additional help.

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