Uploading a File
You can upload files to your Justice Passport to stay organized and keep track of all the relevant pieces of information in your case. If you can share your Justice Passport with legal aid staff and attorneys, they will be able to see the important documents you have uploaded and any other information about your case.
Sharing Your Justice Passport
While the contents of your Justice Passport, including documents, photos, tasks, and events, belong to you, you can share your Justice Passport with attorneys and legal aid staff members by granting them access. If you decide to share your Justice Passport, the other person will be able to view existing content as well as upload files, create events, and tasks for you. This can be very helpful when meeting with a new provider, as they can get up to speed on your case quickly and work with you to develop your next steps.
Sign up for your Justice Passport account! Learn how to use the features and get the help you need. Stay organized, share files easily with legal aid organizations, and keep track of the next steps.
Using Your Justice Passport
Learn more about using your Justice Passport. Upload files, create do to lists for yourself, and track who you've spoken to and where to go next.