Welcome to the D.C. Access to Justice CommissionThe D.C. Access to Justice Commission was created by the D.C. Court of Appeals in 2005 to help improve the ability of low- and moderate- income residents to access the civil justice system. The Commission is also responsible for raising awareness in our community of the need for equal access to justice.
Raising the Bar in D.C.
Through Raising the Bar in D.C., the Commission recognizes top D.C. law firms that provide financial support to organizations delivering vital civil legal services to District residents in need.
Public Funding for Civil Legal Services
The Commission advocates each year for the Access to Justice Initiative, a District public funding program that gives critical support to the civil legal services network.
The Commission is grateful to have many partners across the D.C. legal community who share a commitment to helping those most in need. You too can play an important part in making equal access to justice a reality.
- Join the Raising the Bar in D.C. Campaign
- Support the District’s legal services providers and the D.C. Bar Foundation
- Volunteer to provide Pro Bono service
- View Virtual Pro Bono Fair
- Voice your support for the Access to Justice Program
Please note that the Commission does not provide legal services or referrals. For information about legal services providers in the District of Columbia, please visit: www.LawHelp.org/DC.