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CrowdJustice founder Julia Salasky - Legal Week's Outstanding Innovator 2018 - on building a platform that has raised more than £7m from 200,000 people worldwide to fund hundreds of cases in the UK and US

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Former Linklaters associate turned access-to-justice pioneer Julia Salasky (pictured centre) was crowned Outstanding Innovator of the Year at the Legal Week Innovation Awards 2018 last month, for her work founding legal crowdfunding site CrowdJustice.

Since launching the site in 2015, thousands of people have donated millions of pounds to fund hundred of cases around the world.