Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission (MASSA2J)


The Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission was originally created by an Order of the Supreme Judicial Court in February 2005.
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Primary geographic focus: Massachusetts
Organization type(s): ATJ Initiative
Acronym or short name: MASSA2J
Tags: Access to Justice Commissions

The Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission has been appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court and charged with the mission of providing leadership, vision and coordination to the search for “equal justice for all persons in the Commonwealth.”



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Mass. wins $100K grant to improve access to legal services

Brian Fraga
Herald News (MA)
November 15, 2016
The grant will help various legal entities in Massachusetts — including the courts, bar associations, law schools and social service organizations — to determine the resources now available for state residents who cannot afford a lawyer.



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