Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Needed Components for National ATJ Initiative Taking


Originally posted on Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog:
A couple of years ago, I blogged about what a state capacity for access to justice might look like.  Folks might find this post useful to start to talk about…

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The DOJ Access to Justice Research Workshop Is An Important Achievement And A Milestone


Originally posted on Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog:
The recent Research Workshop was sponsored by NIJ (National Institute of Justice) and ATJ (Access to Justice Initiative) within the Department of Justice, and by the National Science Foundation (NSF). …

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Rapid California Court Rule Action Shows Momentum is Building on Fines and Fees Issue


Originally posted on Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog:
Here is the story.  On May 1, the Fresno Bee ran a story under the headline: ACLU: Traffic-ticket policy by Valley courts unconstitutional.  The core of the story follows: A…

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Work for a court-based help center? Tell us.


I am working with the State Bar of Georgia Access to Justice Committee on an effort to help court-based help centers in Georgia. We would like to learn more about your services, your plans in regard to lawyer referral, assisted … Continue reading

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