I am Ibrahim Kallon, Law student and a Paralegal working at the Sierra Leone Legal Aid Board. With over three(3) years experience in the justice sector; one of my reasons of being a Paralegal is to contribute to the dispensation of primary justice in my country. I believe that Suspects have the right to bail and Accused Persons have the right to be represented and given fair trial expeditiously. Legal Education in our communities plays pivotal role on Access to Justice and as well help the prevention of crimes. Juvenile Justice must be enhanced in our Justice System. I represent detained Juveniles at the Police Station, advocate for bail and also assign their cases to Counsel for legal representation when they’re prosecuted. Justice should be Accessible to our people and Indigent Persons should be represented irrespective of their economic status. The human rights of Suspects and Accused Persons, Convicts and Detainees should be of paramount concern to us the barefoot soldiers of primary justice as this is the very reason and definition of our work as Paralegals.