Justice Action Group

The Justice Action Group (JAG) serves as Maine's access to justice commission and provides leadership to the various groups working toward "equal access to justice" in Maine.  JAG is supported by funding from the Bar Foundation, Maine State Bar Association, the judiciary, and other grants.  An ad hoc working group, JAG is led by representatives from the state and federal judiciary and includes representatives from:

  • the state and federal judiciary,
  • the Maine Legislature,
  • the Executive Branch,
  • the Maine State Bar Association,
  • the Maine Bar Foundation,
  • the Maine Civil Legal Services Fund Commission,
  • the Maine Trial Lawyers Association and
  • the boards of legal service providers.


Anita St. Onge - New JAG Executive Coordinator


JAG Report 2014:  The State of Access to Civil Justice in Maine

Maine Legal Resources




Access to Justice Symposium 2014


Relations and Rights:  Emerging Issues for Maine Families - Materials




Tuesday, March 3, 2015
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Hall of Flags, State Capital, Augusta

A Guide to Speaking with Your Legislators

Resource List: Legal Aid Resources Available to Low-Income and Elderly Mainers


Address of JAG Chair Justice Jon D. Levy to the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary and
Address of JAG Vice-chair Federal Magistrate Judge John H. Rich III to the Joint Standing Committee on the Judiciary





Save the Date for Law Day

May 1, 2015








Items of Interest

Current Access to Justice Newsletter
          Newsletter Archives

Private Sector Outreach Task Force - Report and Recommendations, January 2013

JAG Board Package

Access to Justice Symposium

Lawyers in Libraries


Read more about JAG's work:

Justice for All: A Report of the Justice Action Group Statewide Access to Justice Planning Initiative

Executive Summary - Justice for All: A Report of the Justice Action Group



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