Congratulations to the 2019 Access to Justice Board Award Recipients!

The Access to Justice Board honors colleagues and partners who promote access to justice through their leadership, courage, and innovation by presenting the Access to Justice Awards. The deserving individuals and organizations will be honored during an awards ceremony at …

Equal Justice Lobby Day 2019!

Join your fellow champions of civil legal aid in Olympia for Equal Justice Lobby Day 2019!

Thanks to your efforts, Washington has made great strides toward equal justice by increasing funding for civil legal aid during the past two …

Welcome New Access to Justice Board Members!

Please join us in welcoming the two newest members to the Access to Justice Board! We’re thrilled to have Esperanza (Espy) Borboa from the Eastside Legal Assistance Program and Terry Price with the University of Washington School of Law. The …

2019 Access to Justice Conference Call for Content Proposals

We’re excited to announce that the Access to Justice Board’s Conference Planning Committee is now accepting proposals and ideas for the 2019 Access to Justice Conference. This year’s theme, Amplifying the Power of Community, seeks to shine a …

Celebrate Pro Bono! Celebrate Pro Bono Attorneys! (Part 2)

The impact of pro bono legal help on a client’s life is immeasurable. Volunteer lawyer programs and legal aid organizations are a safety net for those with nowhere else to turn. Accessible legal help fueled by compassionate and driven legal

Celebrate Pro Bono! Celebrate Pro Bono Attorneys!

The impact of pro bono legal help on a client’s life is immeasurable. Volunteer lawyer programs and legal aid organizations are a safety net for those with nowhere else to turn. Accessible legal help fueled by compassionate and driven legal

Volunteer Opportunity: Help Increase Funding for Civil Legal Aid with the Equal Justice Coalition

Are you passionate about the importance of civil legal aid? Are you interested in getting involved in politics? Do you value equity and justice?

If so, then you should apply to be a member of the Equal Justice Coalition’s new