Task Force on Preservation of the Justice System


The American Bar Association has started the Task Force on Preservation of the Justice System, co-chaired by David Boies and Theodore B. Olson, as a priority of 2010-2011.

This Task Force is addressing some of the most critical issues facing the legal profession today: the severe underfunding of our justice system, depletion of resources, and the courts' struggle to render their constitutional function and provide access to justice for countless Americans.

They are currently looking for reports, anecdotal evidence, surveys, or other relevant information pertaining to the underfunding of the justice system.

For more information go to their Web site.

Use the Crime Report for more information on courts.

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