The Arizona Commission on Access to Justice was established by Administrative Order No. 2014-83 on August 20, 2014.
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Primary geographic focus: Arizona
Organization type(s): ATJ Initiative
Acronym or short name: ACATJ
Tags: Access to Justice Commissions
The purpose of the Commission is to study and make recommendations on innovative ways of promoting access to justice for individuals who cannot afford legal counsel or who choose to represent themselves in civil cases.
The Commission shall evaluate best practices within Arizona and other states, identifying possible changes in court rules or practices to reduce barriers to access, identify and encourage the adoption of best practices among legal service providers, and consider potential long-term funding options.
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