The first Access to Justice Commission was appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court in 2005 and served for five years. Pursuant to a sunset provision, the Court appointed the current, restated Commission in February 2010. The Commission has no funds and Commissioners serve without compensation and pay their own expenses. The Commission has a part-time consultant as its only staff; the consultant is funded by the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation with a continuing contribution by the Boston Bar Association
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