We have argued throughout these chapters that the informal-formal justice complex routinely combines seemingly contradictory informal and formal justice practices. In so doing, it enables the maintenance and reproduction of a juridical field that privileges the interventions of legal professionals and extends the reach of neoliberal governmentality by enlisting informal empowerment to the task of individual responsibilisation. In this manner, informal practices intended to promote creative deliberations on issues of public interest become scripted and diluted, lessening their potential to envision transformative change.