Tag:access to justice

Justice Department Announces Rachel Rossi as Director of the Recently Restored Office for Access to Justice

Deputy Associate Attorney General Rachel Rossi was appointed as director of the recently restored Office for Access to Justice.

Family Law and Self Representation is a Window to Access to Justice Issues and New Business Markets

Looking at self representation in family law is a way to better understand the civil justice system, access to justice and new markets.

Technology, Language and Fees Among Barriers to Civil Justice System, Report Says

A new report, based on a listening tour of the state, sheds light on the barriers Coloradans face in accessing the civil justice system.

Richard Murray Reappointed to Serve on Access to Justice Commission

Richard Murray was reappointed to the Access to Justice Commission, which aims to improve access to civil legal services across the state.

The Justice Crisis in the U.S. ‘From Data to System Reform’

IAALS on Nov. 10 hosted a webinar discussing how to use key data from the U.S. Justice Needs survey to spark systemic changes.

Pro Bono Clinics Help Fill Legal Gaps in Rural Colorado

Pro bono legal clinics can help fill in access to justice gaps in rural Colorado for self-representing litigants.

US Justice Needs Report Gives Insight on Access to Justice, Average American Client

IAALS and the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law partnered together to gather more empirical data about the justice needs of Americans — resulting in the recently released U.S. Justice Needs report.

IAALS Promises Data of American Justice Needs in Soon-to-be-Released Study

IAALS and the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law have partnered together to try to gather more empirical data about the justice needs of Americans in the current world which will be released Sept. 1.