Suit Filed Over Computer Program Making Medicaid Cuts

Seven Arkansans represented by Legal Aid of Arkansas filed suit today in Pulaski County Circuit Court to stop the Department of Human Services from using a secret computer algorithm to cut Medicaid in-home services for people with disabilities such as cerebral palsy and quadriplegia.

The Power of “Mmm” by Rachel E. Pisors

We recently read a brief, but powerful piece of writing by Rachel…

Yoga Class Relaxes Mind, Raises Funds for Legal Aid

Pictured here, Amy Johnson, Executive Director of the Arkansas…

Commission to Participate in Helena and Eudora “Super Saturday” Events

The Arkansas Access to Justice Commission will be joining with…

Katelyn Busby Honored for Pro Bono Service

Katelyn Busby, a Monticello attorney practicing at the Hashem…

Jimmy Dill Named Jefferson County Volunteer Attorney of the Year

Jimmy Dill, of Pine Bluff Title Company, was recently named…

Arkansas Supreme Court Declares Pro Bono Week

For the first time, the Arkansas Supreme Court has officially…

Celebrate Pro Bono October 23-29, 2016

During National Pro Bono Week 2016, there will be several…

Pro Bono in Your PJs: Volunteering for New AR Virtual Legal Advice Project

AR Free Legal Answers Volunteers Can Give Virtual Legal Advice…

Nate Coulter Receives 2016 Equal Justice Distinguished Service Award

Former Arkansas Access to Justice Commissioner and Foundation…