- The Access to Justice Committee shall consist of a chair, or co-chairs, and such additional members as the President shall designate.
- Recognizing the acute need in many New England communities for access to legal information and recognizing the unique training, expertise, and resources of New England’s law librarians, the Access to Justice Committee shall partner with public librarians, court personnel and others to leverage collections, professional knowledge and skills to promote access to justice through greater understanding and availability of legal information.
- Further recognizing that there are many as-yet unidentified opportunities to partner with Access to Justice communities of interest, the Committee shall not limit itself to familiar librarian roles. Rather, the Committee shall remain open to new and alternative modes and methods of supporting the Access to Justice movement.
|Anne Rajotte, Chair|
Head of Reference Services
University of Connecticut Law Library
Head Law Librarian
Hampshire Law Library
99 Main Street, Suite 1
Northampton, MA 01060
Silas Bronson Library
University of Massachusetts School of Law
Circuit Law Librarian
Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries