Access to Justice Committee

The Access to Justice Committee develops and implements policy and initiatives to assist lawyers, the organized bar, law schools, legal services organizations & pro bono programs in providing access to the justice system for the poor & marginalized.

Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison
150 3rd Ave S #1100
Nashville, TN 372012011
Immediate Past Chair
International Paper Company
6400 Poplar Ave
Memphis, TN 38197

Volunteers Needed for Nashville Legal Advice Clinic

Volunteers are still needed for the Lipscomb/St. James Legal Advice Clinic on Feb. 21 at 5:30 p.m. The clinic will be held at the St. James Missionary Baptist Church, 600 28th Ave. North in Nashville. It will be an advice-only clinic with no expectation that volunteers take on continuing representation. Contact Randy Spivey to volunteer or learn more.

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Tennessee Supreme Court Promotes Statewide #HELP4TNDAY

The Tennessee Supreme Court announced today a series of free legal advice events as part of its Access to Justice Initiative, in which all Tennesseans are invited to get free civil legal help online or in person at walk-in clinics near them. #HELP4TNDAY, as it's called, will kick off in mid-March with press conferences in Knoxville, Nashville, Memphis, Jackson and Chattanooga, where communities will hear from Tennessee Supreme Court justices as well as Tennesseans who have been helped through the program. The events will continue through mid-April. Visit to learn more.

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