On June 12, the New Mexico Supreme Court adopted the 2007 State Plan for Providing Civil Legal Aid to Low Income New Mexicans and created The New Mexico Commission on Access to Justice.
Link to organization
Primary geographic focus: New Mexico
Organization type(s): ATJ Initiative
Acronym or short name: NMCATJ
Tags: Access to Justice Commissions
The New Mexico Commission on Access to Justice is a statewide body dedicated to expanding and improving civil legal assistance to New Mexicans living in poverty.
The Commission goals include expanding resources, increasing public awareness through communication and message development, encouraging more pro bono work by attorneys, and improving training and technology.
CONTENT MENTIONING/INVOLVING THIS SOURCEOp-Ed New Mexico Supreme Court Justice Shannon Bacon
Los Alamos Daily Post
June 15, 2020
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