‘All Rise for Civil Justice’ Launches With Stories and Tools for Civil Justice Advocates
Voices has launched All Rise for Civil Justice, which tells the story of America’s broken civil justice system, the people it hurts, the decisions that brought it to the brink, and the people working to make it better.
What is civil legal aid? Here’s a 70-second animated explainer from Illinois Equal Justice Foundation and The Kresge Foundation
We all want fairness in the civil justice system. But how is fairness possible in a world where so many people cannot afford legal help? This short video provides an easy-to-understand explanation of what civil legal aid is, and why it matters so much.
Civil legal aid helped Joe and Paula Frye keep their home in Oklahoma
“The Fryes, who live in Warner, had missed a $14 tax payment four years earlier…The land was sold at a county auction for $5,000. The Fryes could not match that, or afford a lawyer.” (Story credit: Sabrina Tavernise and Trip Gabriel for the New York Times. Photo credit: Brett Deering for The New York Times. Photo used by permission.)