A Resource Center for those providing programs that benefit newly-admitted lawyers dedicated to improving access to justice
The Great Recession has resulted in a shrinking job market for lawyers, particularly those who are newly admitted. At the same time, countless people of low and moderate incomes are unable to obtain legal services. The Legal Access Jobs Corps Resource Center provides an inventory of programs designed to assist newly-admitted lawyers who are dedicated to improving access to legal services. To receive these materials as a PDF, click here for the Legal Access Jobs Corps Resource Center Resource Manual.
To add a program or correct a listing, please contact Will Hornsby.