Webinars

Archived Webinars:


Self-Represented Litigation Curriculum  

January 16, 2014 at 2:00 PM EST


Procedural Fairness and Self-Represented Litigants

December 11, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. EST 

 

90-minute Forms Development Webinar

October 16th, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. EDT

 

OUR PARTNERS

Funded by the Public Welfare Foundation, the Center coordinates its work with a companion effort of the
ABA Resource Center for Access to Justice Initiatives.

 

OUR ADVISORS

Hon. Carol W. Hunstein, CCJ
Hon. Chase T. Rogers, CCJ
Mr. Steven D. Canterbury, COSCA
Hon. Kevin S. Burke, AJA
Mr. Kevin J. Bowling, NACM

  • ABA releases survey on self-help centers The ABA’s Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services has issued "The Self-Help Center Census: A National Survey." read more
  • 2014 National Meeting of ATJ Commission The 2014 National Meeting of Access to Justice Commission Chairs was held in Portland, Oregon. Materials are available online. read more
  • New Definitions & Counting Rules for Cases with SRLs These rules will allow comparative data to be produced within and among jurisdictions. read more
  • Joint Resolution Passed CCJ and COSCA passed a joint resolutions Reaffirming Commitment to Access to Justice Leadership and Expressing Appreciation for Access to Justice Progress and Collaboration. read more
  • Lessons from Two States State access to justice commissions work with state supreme courts and civil justice stakeholders to expand access to justice for low-income and vulnerable people. read more
Welcome to the Center
The Center on Court Access to Justice for All helps judges and courts advance access to justice, especially for poor and low-income individuals, by offering resources on 15 strategies and technical assistance.

It works closely with the Conference of Chief Justices, the Conference of State Court Administrators and other national court organizations to implement access-to-justice solutions.
Announcements
  • September 2014. Read the Public Welfare Foundation article marking the 40th Anniversary of the Legal Services Corporation (LSC). While the civil legal aid movement has made great strides it continues to face enormous challenges.
  • The following Resolutions related to Access to Justice were adopted by the Conference of Chief Justices and the Conference of State Court Administrators at the 2013 Annual Meeting on July 31, 2013:

In Support of Establishing Best Practices/Recommendations for the Use of Video Remote Interpretation  

In Support of Sharing Interpreter Resources through Establishing a Shared National Court Video Remote Interpreting Network and National Proficiency Designations for Interpreters  

In Support of State Supreme Court Leadership to Promote Procedural Fairness

Reaffirming Commitment to Access to Justice Leadership and Expressing Appreciation for Access to Justice Progress and Collaboration