Serve on the WA State Access to Justice Board

The Access to Justice Board is seeking strategic thinkers with a demonstrated commitment to equitable justice to fill four seats on the Access to Justice Board. The positions may be filled by a person who is or is not an attorney. The terms start October 1, 2018, with eligibility to be reappointed for an additional three-year term. The Board is especially interested in individuals who work with community-based organizations, have strong pro bono connections, or work with Alliance for Equal Justice organizations and can help to continue to build collaborative relationships with them. To learn more about the work of the Access to Justice Board and the positions, please see the volunteer description.

The deadline for applications is March 16, 2018, by 5PM PST. Applications can be submitted online at under “my profile” through February 28 (non-WSBA members will be prompted to create an account). To apply after February 28, please contact Bonnie Sterken at to receive application instructions.

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Established by the Washington Supreme Court in 1994, the ATJ Board seeks to achieve equal access to the civil justice system for those facing economic and other significant barriers.