Justice for Change
We believe that discovering truth is fundamental to the creation of a more just world.
The events surrounding social and racial injustice in the United States, and broader discussions on advancing equity globally, have greatly impacted us and the communities in which we live and work – shining a light on oppression and injustice that have existed for hundreds of years.
We created the Justice for Change program to leverage the unique capabilities of Relativity and our ecosystem to positively impact racial and social justice in our communities.
We aim to create a world where social justice and racial equity are strengthened by one’s ability to access the resources necessary to discover the truth.
We empower the Relativity community to tackle social and racial justice issues by providing the technology needed to Organize Data, Discover the Truth, and Act on It.
How It Works
Apply to the program
Organizations, including current Relativity customers, doing legal work on behalf of social & racial justice can apply for free use of our cloud-based e-discovery product, RelativityOne.
Get free access to RelativityOne
Projects that are selected as part of the program can use up to 500GB and 10 users for 24 months at no charge.
Get extra support from our community
We’ll pair you with a partner or law firm in our network that will provide access to RelativityOne, as well as administrative and project management support.
|Application Period||Application Deadline||Application Decision & Match|
|Winter Grants||January 10, 2023||February 14, 2023|
|Spring Grants||April 11, 2023||May 9, 2023|
|Summer Grants||July 11, 2023||August 8, 2023|
|Fall Grants||October 10, 2023||November 14, 2023|
Want to find out more about Justice for Change?
How to Support Justice for Change
Are you a current RelativityOne customer looking to provide hosting, administrative, and project management support?
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