Louisiana State Bar Access to Justice Committee (LSBAAJC)

The Access to Justice Committee was established in 1996 to consolidate the efforts of two existing LSBA committees.
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Primary geographic focus: Louisiana
Organization type(s): ATJ Initiative
Acronym or short name: LSBAAJC
Tags: Access to Justice Commissions

The current committee is comprised of 40 volunteer members, both attorneys and non-attorneys, with the common interest of assisting the indigent with their legal needs. These volunteers, with various backgrounds, reside throughout Louisiana and include corporate counsel, legal service attorneys, legal educators, large and small firm representatives, and pro bono directors. Their diverse backgrounds only enhance the committee’s ability to work through initiatives from a variety of approaches.

The mission of the Access to Justice Committee is to assure that every Louisiana citizen has access to competent civil legal representation by promoting and supporting a broad based and effective justice community through collaboration between the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Louisiana Bar Foundation, Louisiana Law Schools, private practitioners, local bar associations, pro bono programs and legal aid providers.

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