- The Commission partnered in 2014 with the Clinton School of Public Service to conduct a study on the economic impact of civil legal aid in Arkansas. Researchers concluded that civil legal aid likely generates more than $32 million in positive economic activity in the state each yea
- A Report of the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission in partnership with University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Paola Cavallari, Matthew D. Devlin, Rebekah A. Tucci with contributions from Amy Dunn Johnson October 2014
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