Illinois Supreme Fours Commission on Access to Justice
The ATJ Commission focuses on improvements, resources, and programs within the judicial system that help self-represented litigants and limited English proficient litigants access our courts, assist legal aid and pro bono attorneys represent their clients, and support the judiciary and other court staff in ensuring justice for all.
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