Report: Law Libraries and Access to Justice. A Special Report of the American Association of Law Libraries Access to Justice Special Committee (AALL 2014)
This white paper is the work of AALL's 2013-2014 Access to Justice Special Committee, chaired by Sara Galligan, and explores how all types of law libraries - including private; state, court and county; and academic - contribute to the ATJ movement. The white paper explains the myriad ways law libraries can contribute to the administration of an effective Access to Justice system and successfully work with others on the front lines of Access to Justice. It includes a detailed list of best practices for different law library types, recommendations for small libraries or those just getting started and describes programs already underway to achieve goals. The report also includes a section on state, county and court type libraries and offers models fordeveloping strong ATJ resources and services in state, court, and county law libraries.