On behalf of the Access to Justice (ATJ) Board, it gives me great pleasure to share with you our 2014–2015 Annual Report. This year’s report comes to you in a dynamic new format that I think expresses the energy and enthusiastic commitment of ATJ Board members as well as our many stakeholders in the Alliance for Equal Justice who share our values, vision, and mission. Additional information about the work of the ATJ Board can be found on our website at www.wsba.org/atj.


The ATJ Board, its committees, and its amazing volunteers have been incredibly industrious these past 12 months. Not only have we responded positively to the recommendations in our 20th Anniversary evaluation (Tull Report), but we have begun to build an equitable justice movement through our Leadership Academy. We look to the future with serious planning considerations and service implementations for Washington residents who are low-income, marginalized, and disenfranchised