Advocates Current Projects

Online user question-and-answers from pro bono attorneys

The Alabama Access to Justice Commission used an ABA Expansion Grant to implement the web-based pro bono program Online Tennessee Justice, which allows pro bono attorneys to answer questions submitted by clients through a website.  In Alabama the website has been launched as Alabama Legal Answers.

Access Inventory - Alabama atj

Project Summary & Assessment

See more: Alabama – Online SRL Pro Bono Support

Final overview/report on creating the Alabama Legal Answers site.


Advocates Current Projects

Referral Program & Lawyer Training to Serve Modest-means Clients

This project received an Innovation Grant through the ABA. Read more: Colorado – Serving Modest-means Clients

The Colorado Access to Justice Commission and Colorado Bar Association used an ATJ Innovation Grant to develop a two-part project aimed at providing legal assistance to moderate-income individuals.  The first is providing assistance to low- and middle-income Coloradans, who do not qualify for legal aid, through a referral program.  The second is empowering lawyers to create financially viable practices that include representing clients of moderate income.