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Access to Justice Program

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The Resource Center for Access to Justice (ATJ) Initiatives serves judicial, private bar, and legal aid leaders who work together to provide people of low and modest income with meaningful access to their justice systems.The Center's two main focuses are:Supporting the growth and development of state-based Access to Justice CommissionsCollecting and analyzing data on the various sources of funding for civil legal aidNational Center for Access to JusticeNCAJ is the academically affiliated national organization that relies on data to accomplish policy reforms that help people obtain access to justice.Center on Court Access to JusticeThe 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. The Center's two main focuses are: 1. Supporting the growth and development of state-based Access to Justice Commissions 2. Collecting and analyzing data on the various sources of funding for civil legal aid

NCAJ is the academically affiliated national organization that relies on data to accomplish policy reforms that help people obtain access to justice.

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.