AIPJ commenced in 2011 and was completed in 2015. AIPJ presented the achievements of the program to the Government of Indonesia and transferred a number of programs which were sustainable to Bappenas in November 2015. Indonesian counterparts acknowledged that significant reforms were achieved in this period, and recognised the contribution of AIPJ. The 2016 transition program builds on successful AIPJ initiatives, focuses on improving the policy direction of law and justice and access to justice in Indonesia, and maintains a focus on three target groups: people with disabilities, women who are poor and vulnerable children.
Springfields worked with AIPJ partners and team members on the development of a range of technology systems, including reimbursement systems with the National Law Development Agency (BPHN) and Case Management Systems which provide data aimed at effective and sustained change for legal aid organisations (OBHs) and University legal-aid clinics.