What We Do

Our Mission is to deliver cutting edge capacity building to address criminal justice challenges across heterogeneous legal systems

Our Vision is to provide a globally respected range of pioneering and innovative expertise to enhance rule of law around the world

We specialise in the following areas:

Electronic Evidence and Cybercrime

Access to electronic evidence is vital to tackle terrorism and organised crime. We have drafted Guides and Train-the-Trainer Modules to speedily access electronic evidence from service providers for the United Nations and the International Association of Prosecutors and produced training curricula. As a former organised crime specialist prosecutor Dan prosecuted high profile cybercrime matters and uses this experience to support global cyber security projects, including as a consultant for the Cybercrime Programme Office of the Council of Europe (C-PROC). See our Case Study on the Electronic Evidence From Service Providers Across Borders project and the Commonwealth Cyber Challenge

Capacity Building

Our experts have worked around the world advising on sustainable criminal justice reform. Our dedicated network can provide a wide range of technical assistance that includes legislative drafting, institutional capacity building, community engagement and mentoring. See our blog on developing a prosecution strategy in Ghana

International Cooperation

We have trained law enforcement officers, prosecutors and judges in more than eighty jurisdictions to advance international judicial cooperation. Our experts have a wealth of experience in extradition and mutual legal assistance and worked with key stakeholders in-country to draft sustainable training programmes and establish regional networks to enhance cooperation between States. See our Greater Horn of Africa Case Study and our blog on Romania 

Asset Recovery

iJust delivers effective strategies to recover unlawfully acquired assets in challenging environments – through legislative drafting, practical training and analysing gaps in anti-money laundering and terrorist financing procedures. See our blogs on the Eastern Caribbean Mutual Legal Assistance Network and Pakistan

Tackling Organised Crime

Through a background of prosecuting and defending cross-border cybercrime, corruption, human trafficking, gun trafficking, drug trafficking and money laundering, iJust offers a range of immersive and practical training curricula to enhance law enforcement, prosecution and judicial knowledge. See our blogs on Bangladesh, Cameroon, and Ghana

Training Needs

iJust offers the necessary skills to draft situational evaluations and training needs assessments for law enforcement, prosecutors and the judiciary. See our blog on Bangladesh

Legal and Gap Analysis

Through detailed research of domestic laws and a comprehensive understanding of international best practices, iJust can identify gaps in practice and procedure to inform legislative reform and provide effective solutions. See our EuroMed Case Study and our blog on Interpol Red Notices


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