The National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel (NCCRC), organized and funded in part by the Public Justice Center, is an association of individuals and organizations committed to ensuring meaningful access to the courts for all. Founded in 2003, our mission is to encourage, support, and coordinate advocacy to expand recognition and implementation of a right to counsel for low-income people in civil cases that involve basic human needs such as shelter, safety, sustenance, health, and child custody.
The Public Justice Center (PJC) is a non-profit legal advocacy organization, founded in Maryland in 1985, that seeks to enforce and expand the rights of people who are denied justice because of their economic status or because of discrimination. The National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel (NCCRC) is a project of the PJC.
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