William E. Morris Institute for Justice
202 E. McDowell Rd., Ste 257, Phoenix, Az 85001 (602) 252-3432 / Fax: 257-8138 / HN0740
Welcome to the William E. Morris Institute for Justice
This website is designed to provide a central resource for legal service organizations and their advocates across the state, and particularly to allow the rural areas access to the legal talent in the two major urban centers surrounding Phoenix and Tucson.
Staff & Directors
The William E. Morris Institute for Justice is a private non-profit agency established in 1996 to provide services to the legal services community, to other community-based agency advocates, and to low-income clients in Arizona. In 1997, the Institute added an attorney who provides Legal-Services-Corporation precluded legal representation to low-income clients on a variety of issues.
The Institute conducts research, advocacy and training activities to enhance legal services provided to low-income households in Arizona.
The Institute's current priorities include:
Task forces in domestic relations, public benefits and health, housing and consumer law are coordinated by the Institute. Case handlers are given an opportunity to share information, problem-solve, strategize, and participate in mini-seminars on public policy changes.
Legislative and Administrative Services
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