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    2012

    Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission Hosts Hearing in Milwaukee

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    Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission
    MEDIA ADVISORY

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    SEPTEMBER 13, 2012

    CONTACT:
    Jeff Brown
    (608) 318-3108
    org jbrown wisatj wisatj jbrown org


     

    Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission Hosts Hearing in Milwaukee

    Milwaukee – On Thursday, September 13 at 5:00 p.m., the Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission is hosting a hearing at Marquette University Law School to gather information on the challenges facing low-income residents when they need legal help.

    The Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission was created by the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the State Bar of Wisconsin to develop and encourage means of expanding access to the civil justice system for low-income Wisconsin residents.

    You can find out more about the Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission at www.wisatj.org.

    Who:
    Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission Members
    Members of the Community

    What:
    Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission Community Hearing

    When:
    September 13, 2012, starting at 5:00 PM

    Where:
    Marquette University Law School
    1215 W. Michigan St.
    Milwaukee, WI
    Directions & Parking

    The Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission was created by an order of the Wisconsin Supreme Court in response to a petition filed by the State Bar of Wisconsin. Our mission is to develop and encourage means of expanding access to the civil justice system for unrepresented low-income Wisconsin residents. We are governed by a 17 member board appointed by our stakeholders: the Wisconsin Supreme Court, the Governor, the State Bar of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Legislature, Marquette University Law School, the University of Wisconsin Law School and the Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation. Learn more at www.wisatj.org.