Walk for Justice 2024

Help South Australians experiencing hardship access free legal support.

$160,643 raised

$150,000 Goal

$160,643 raised

$150,000 Goal

Search for a fundraiser

Your rewards and prizes

You'll need to raise your funds and collect your merch a few days before the walk (more details later!) to join the sea of purple

Walk for Justice 2024 bandana
👉 Register for the walk 

Walk for Justice 2024 t-shirt
👉 Raise $250 

Walk for Justice 2024 beanie
👉 Raise $500

BONUS: First to raise $1,000
Glenelg twilight catamaran cruise for two

Top individual fundraiser
One night stay for two guests in Sofitel Adelaide’s Presidential Suite with access to Club Millésime  
($5,000 value)

Top team fundraiser 
After work drinks and canapés at Sofitel Adelaide for up to 25 people for 2 hours

Top university team fundraiser 
Two hour BBQ buoy ride for 10 people on the Torrens

Entry to the lucky dip
Win a Barossa Valley wine tour with lunch and a helicopter flight for two
👉 Raise $1,000 

Register for
Walk for Justice

Are you a law firm team ready to unleash your competitive spirit? A passionate group of classmates? Or a pro-justice individual? No matter your role in the legal sector, now’s your chance to play a part in making justice more accessible in your community.

Want to showcase what you stand for? Set your fundraising goal and start approaching your community for support!

Think you’ve got a winning team together? Set your targets and secure your donors to get to first place.

Why we're walking

For every $1 we raise, approximately $10 of free legal work is delivered for some of the most vulnerable members of our community. 

Held on 21 May 2024 (National Pro Bono Day), the walk celebrates the legal sector’s pro bono contribution to resolving thousands of legal matters for South Australians facing disadvantage.

Every year, Walk for Justice provides a whopping 27% of JusticeNet SA's funding so we can continue helping those who need it most.

Sonya's Story

Sonya* receives the disability support pension and lives in community housing. She was being bullied by her neighbours, who complained to SACAT in an attempt to have her evicted.

We helped Sonya negotiate with her landlord so that she could be transferred to a different property, away from her neighbours.

John's Story

Having lived in his public housing property for nearly 20 years, John* was referred to Homeless Legal when his landlord obtained an order to evict him. He didn't have anywhere else to go.

We helped John apply for an urgent review of the decision to evict him. At the hearing, orders were made about clean-up plans, financial counselling and other support but, critically, John was given the gift of time.

*Name changed to protect privacy  

Frequently asked questions

add remove

How do I register?

You can register right here! The cost is free for JusticeNet SA members and sponsors, or $40 for  non-members. You can sign up as an individual, start a team, or join a new team.

Once you’ve successfully registered and completed all the steps, you’ll receive a confirmation email to the address provided. If you get stuck, send us an email at admin@justicenet.org.au – we’ll make sure your registration is processed.

add remove

Can my employer or organisation pay my registration fee?

Can my employer or organisation pay my registration fee?

Yes, employers or organisations can register as team captains, and pay the registration fee for their team members. You can register as part of a team without payment, then your team captain can pay your registration fee.

add remove

How can I fundraise for the event?

We've prepared a fundraising guide (link TBD) packed full of our recommended strategies, and ideas for activities. Start by telling your family and friends about the event, and ask them to donate by sponsoring your walk. All donations will go towards your individual or team totals.

Fundraising Guide

Simple strategies to help you reach your goals and get inspired by our fundraising ideas.

About JusticeNet SA

JusticeNet SA is a not-for-profit legal service for South Australians in need. We help vulnerable people access the justice they deserve by empowering lawyers to give back through meaningful pro bono work.

Since 2008, JusticeNet SA has worked tirelessly to stop disadvantaged people from slipping through the cracks in the legal system. Our pro bono clearing house and discrete task assistance clinics support people experiencing hardship, including poverty and homelessness, refugees and asylum seekers, and people representing themselves in court.

We provide a structured environment for top-tier law firms to fulfil their pro bono targets and equip lawyers with the skills they need to tackle the complexity of this work.

Pro Bono Connect

We connect people and charities with lawyers who can help them resolve their civil law problems.

Self-Representation Service

We offer legal advice and assistance to people representing themselves in the Federal Courts.

Homeless Legal

Our outreach legal service helps people who are experiencing (or are at risk of) homelessness.

1,172 legal matters

400 clinic appointments 
with our pro bono partners

211 clinic sessions 
at our Federal Court Self Representation Service

$1.2 million
worth of free legal work on completed files and millions more for ongoing files

Thank you to our sponsors

Major sponsor

Gold sponsor

Lang Family Foundation

Silver sponsors

College of Law

Bronze sponsors