What we do and how you can get involved
Media visibility helps people understand and support civil legal aid.
Voices helps advocates of civil legal aid to better communicate what you do and why it’s important. We help you sharpen your message, tailor it for key audiences, and deliver it more frequently and effectively. We offer web-based tools, training curriculum, opinion research and more. We pitch stories about civil legal aid to national reporters. We support your efforts to do the same in your local media markets.
Voices finds opportunities to spotlight the role of civil legal aid in responding to social problems. Good reporters want to tell the whole story. We help them connect the dots between social problems and civil legal aid as part of the solution. We help reporters see the link between what civil legal aid advocates do for clients and what’s hot in the news.
Sign up to stay informed and add your voice. The JusticeVoices Network is the communications network for civil legal aid.
More ways to get involved: Send us your best press clips. Tell us what worked for you. Send us story ideas.
Sharpen your message
We have collected the research and tools to help you deliver targeted, powerful messages.
To help you get it done, see our handy how-tos for common communications tasks, from writing op-eds to interviewing on TV.
Plan your strategy
See our media planning guides, such as how to create a story bank of anecdotes that support the narrative.