Access to Justice Board
Recognizing that access to the civil justice system is a fundamental right, the Access to Justice Board works to achieve equal access for those facing economic and other significant barriers.
The Washington State Access to Justice Board was established by a Washington Supreme Court Order in 1994. Through its justice system partners and standing committees, it works to achieve equal access to the civil justice system for those facing economic and other significant barriers.
June 12–14, 2015
Wenatchee Convention Center
The 18th Access to Justice Conference is now open for registration! Join us as we work together to improve our ability to meet the challenges of ensuring civil equal justice for our state’s poor and disadvantaged communities.
The Access to Justice Board is collecting nominations for multiple awards recognizing the efforts of individuals or organizations that have played strategic, significant and courageous leadership roles in improving access to the justice system. View the award descriptions and past recipients. Nominations are due by March 15, 2015, to Terra Nevitt at email@example.com.
The Equal Justice Community Leadership Academy Steering Committee is proud to announce the 30 individuals selected to participate in Cohort III of the Academy.
View the newest Best Practices for Pro Bono Services in Washington
Access the 2014-15 Board Priorities adopted by the Access to Justice Board on Sept. 12, 2014.
View an evaluation of the Board's first 20 years, authored by John A. Tull, July 2014.
Our 2014 Annual Report is online.
The recently revised 2014 Alliance Hallmarks are now available.
View the "Providing Access to Court Information in Electronic Form Best Practices" Final Report and Overview and Methodology.
Learn more about the Access to Justice Initiatives.
Looking for the next Access to Justice Board meeting? Schedule, materials and past minutes are online.
If you are looking for legal assistance or referrals, learn more about Finding Legal Help.
Please support the Campaign for Equal Justice.
The Access to Justice Board is a supporter of the Alliance for Equal Justice.
Get involved with the work of the ATJ Board's volunteer committees.
Learn about our annual priorities
Governing documents and publications of the ATJ Board.
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