July #A2J Round Up

Lets be honest. July is one of the best (if not the best) months of the year. Year after year you can count on July to deliver a healthy dose of BBQ’s, pool-time, and sun.


This year we got all that and a little something extra — a lot more media coverage and conversation around the access to justice (#A2J) gap. We’re incredibly excited by this trend and hope to see it continue.

In case you missed them, here is a short list of some of our favorite July #A2J related pieces:

The Price of Justice: The Marriage Equality Victory and What’s Next

Ray Brescia, Huffington Post

Funding shortfalls limit access to legal services for poor

Susanne Cervenka, Asbury Park Press

Why fair legal representation remains elusive for the poor

Lane Anderson, Deseret News National

Addressing the Access to Justice Gap

Hiraa Khan, MerusCase Blog

U.S. needs renewal of a core value: access to justice

Jean A. Lastine and John G. Levi, MinnPost

Courthouse too expensive for too many

Sun Sentinel Editorial Board

How to save families from losing everything

Thomas Perez and Martha Bergmark, CNN


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