Wyoming Access to Justice Commission (AJC)

The Access to Justice Commission was established by Court Order on December 16, 2008. Its mission is to promote fair and equal access to civil justice in Wyoming.
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Primary geographic focus: Wyoming
Organization type(s): ATJ Initiative
Acronym or short name: AJC
Tags: Access to Justice Commissions

The Wyoming Access to Justice Commission will:

1. Evaluate the specific legal needs of low and moderate income people in Wyoming and identify strategies for addressing them.

2. Provide long-range, integrated planning among the numerous legal assistance providers and other interested agencies and entities in Wyoming.

3. Coordinate access to civil justice, foster the development of a statewide, integrated civil legal services delivery system, and design and implement new programs to expand access to justice opportunities.

4. Work toward securing adequate funding for access to civil justice.


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