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New Report on the Civil Justice Mapping Project

October 10, 2011, ABF news, Access Across America

ACCESS ACROSS AMERICA is the first-ever state-by-state portrait of the services available to assist the U.S. public in accessing civil justice. The report documents, for the nation as a whole and individually for the 50 states and the District of Columbia:

  • Who is eligible for free civil legal information, advice or representation (civil legal assistance services);
  •  How civil legal assistance services are produced and delivered;
  •  How eligible people may connect with services;
  •  How civil legal assistance is funded;
  • How civil legal assistance is coordinated;
  • How both no-fee and fee-generating limited-scope civil legal services are regulated.

    To download the full report and or the Executive Summary, click here

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