The Constitution of India mandates equality before the law, yet informal practices of exclusion and inequality continue to plague our legal systems. Universal access to justice is not just an end in itself, but is also an enabler for good governance in a democracy. To increase and improve access to justice for its citizens, India needs to create an environment where all elements needed to help people seek grievance redressal and to uphold their rights exist. Dasra's report, Tipping the Scales, maps and presents solutions to the spectrum of issues that obstruct universal access to justice in India. It also profiles 10 nonprofits doing critical and impactful work on the ground in this sector.