The Massachusetts Access to Justice Commission completed its fourth year of operations in June, 2009. It held seven meetings, proposed initiatives to enhance access to justice, supported similar justice efforts of the courts and others, began examinations of the access to justice roles of social service agencies and executive branch administrative agencies and reviewed the results to date of the 2004 reorganization of the civil legal services delivery system instituted by its predecessor, the State Planning Board. The meetings were held at the offices of the American Cancer Society in Framingham. We appreciate the Society’s contribution to the Commission’s efforts.
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