The organizations below do not have as their primary function the direct delivery of civil legal aid to low income persons. These organizations have taken actions that support access to civil legal aid through coordination, funding, advocacy or research — and those actions have been mentioned in a piece of journalism tracked by Voices for Civil Justice. Some of these organizations also deliver civil legal aid, but not as their primary function. The point of this list is to show that many organizations contribute in various ways to the overall mission of civil legal aid.
Source for ATJ Commissions/initiatives by state: ABA Resource Center for Access to Justice Initiatives as of 4/24/15.
This list continues to grow with occasional additions and edits.
Also available is a list of organizations whose primary function is direct delivery of civil legal aid.
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