The National Justice Project is a not-for-profit legal service. We apply our expertise to advancing human rights by representing and giving voice to the vulnerable who would otherwise be unable to find legal representation.
We focus on:
Deaths in custody
NJP was established by Adjunct Professor George Newhouse and Lt Col (ret) Dan Mori. Through court work, research, training and strategic advocacy we use our skills to build a fairer justice system and more equitable society.
We work collaboratively with our community partners to identify systemic injustice and with individuals to run test cases.
Our long term goal is to bring change to systemic problems of abuse and discrimination.
If you share our mission to advance justice and equality for all Australians, please consider supporting the vital work we do.