Whose Court Is This Anyway?

By Lorelei Laird – April 1, 2019 | Immigration judges accuse executive branch of politicizing their courts.

Low-Income Populations: Underrepresented Socially, Overrepresented as Victims of Natural Disasters

By Erin Capps, Jo Ann Howard, Chhunny Chhean, John Marshall, and Edward A. Thomas – March 20, 2019 | A follow up on two ABA sponsored presentations describes how all of us, especially the legal community, can help reduce disaster risks for all members of society, especially those most vulnerable to disasters who are too often hit first and hardest and recover last, if at all.

Practice Points

More Women in the Judiciary Means Justice for All

By Tiffany deGruy – September 12, 2016 | The numbers of women on the bench have dramatically increased over the last 30 years.

Nationwide Injunctions, Immigration, and Civil Rights Litigation

By Cassandra Robertson – August 5, 2016 | May a federal district court issue a nationwide injunction against enforcement of the government’s immigration policies?


Pro Bono Opportunities

James D. Abrams gives a brief overview of the need for pro bono services and opportunities to provide such services. (7:04 min.)

Best Practices in Dealing with Self-Represented Litigants

Former Pima County Superior Court Judge Karen Adam discusses the increase in self-represented litigants and what it means for the legal system as a whole. (11:06 min.)

Access to Justice

Learn how to get involved with the Access to Justice committee and maximize your Section membership!