Access to Justice Campaign
The Access to Justice Campaign is an annual fundraising drive
(November-March) to reach out to the private bar, corporations and the
community and seek critical funds for support of our efforts to
provide powerful, life-altering solutions to the legal issues that
confront poor people in North Carolina.
About the Campaign
The Access to Justice Campaign has generated
financial support from individuals and law firms, as well as from
the North Carolina Bar Association, local bar associations, and
leading corporations. All 20 LANC offices benefit financially
from this statewide model...
Under the the leadership of
co-chairs Cal Adams and Catharine Arrowood, Legal Aid of NC's
Statewide Access to Justice Campaign is focusing on raising
both funds and building awareness. Together with the local and
regional Campaign teams, LANC and its supporters hope to
raise $1,500,000 over the next three years to support the critical
legal services our offices provide across North Carolina.
The Campaign staff has developed multiple resources to assist
the Campaign teams with communications about Legal Aid of North
In the News...
you to all of the individuals who donated to
2011 Access to Justice Campaign!
(LANC ad, NC Lawyers Weekly, December 5, 2011)
Annual Triad Associates Drive Takes Off"
(July 7, 2011 For the Record newsletter)
Young lawyers making an impact in support of Legal Aid
North Carolina (September 17, 2010
"On the Record" Newsletter, July 21, 2010
[An E-mail newsletter about LANC's Access to Justice Campaign]
"Chief Justice: Funding, equal access among main
challenges for N.C.
courts in the future"
[April 7, 2010 article, Times-News (Burlington, NC)]
"Spotlight on Legal Aid Access to Justice Campaign"
(Article, 21st Judicial District Bar News,
Association, March 2010)
"Legal Aid's Access to Justice Campaign is Off to a
(Article, Wake Bar Flyer, the newsletter of the
Association, February 2010)
"Legal Aid Thanks Donors"
[Article, The Durham Docket, the newsletter of the 14th
County Bar Association, February 2010]
Henry A Mitchell Justice Fund earmarked for the
Legal Aid of North Carolina Fund.
NC Bar Association article, October 14, 2009)
you to our 2008-09 Access to Justice donors
across the state"
(LANC ad, NCBA's NC Lawyer, August 2009)
Duke Law Professor Robinson O. Everett passes away
(June 12, 2009)
Womble Justice Fund established to help LANC attorneys
with student loan repayments for Duke Law School
(NC Bar Association article, November 17, 2008)
NCBA's LANC (Endowment) Fund tops $750,000
(article, NCBA's NC Lawyer, Sept-Oct 2008 edition)
[To donate to the LANC (Endowment) Fund, click
Britt Justice Fund
established to help LANC attorneys
student loan repayments for WFU Law School
(NC Bar Association article, September 9, 2008)
"We thank the following members of the legal
their financial support."
(LANC ad, Greensboro "News & Record," August 18, 2008)
Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC
supports Legal Aid of NC with
(Media Release, August 18, 2008)
Legal Aid of NC Receives Check from Wake County Bar Association
(article, Wake Bar Flier, August 2008 edition)
by Judge John G. Koeltl
(article, Litigation Magazine, "From the Bench" column)
Justice Edmunds make LANC Fund gift
in honor of parents
(article, NCBA's NC Lawyer, Jan-Feb 2008 edition)
Lawyers prodded to help Legal Aid help the needy
(article, News & Observer, January 30, 2008)
"LANC Endowment Fund receives $100,000 boost"
(NC Lawyer, July/August 2007)
"Legal Aid still faces high need, low funds
(Article, Goldsboro News-Argus, July 29, 2007)
"Aiding Legal Aid"
(Editorial, News and Observer, July 29, 2007)
"Legal Aid seeking $1 million in fundraising campaign"
(Associated Press, July 17, 2007)
"Legal service says poor turned away, Nonprofit raising cash to
(Article, News and Observer, July 17, 2007)
"Legal Aid needs help to help others"
(News14 Carolina, July 16, 2007)
focus on aid to the poor"
(Article, Independent Tribune, Concord, NC, June 7, 2007)
"Legal Aid steps into void, gives access to justice"
(by Janet Ward Black, Gerard Davidson and Andrew Spainhour,
Co-Chairs, Triad Region Access to Justice Campaign,
Greensboro News & Record, April 15, 2007)
(Opinion, Greensboro News & Record, April 15, 2007)
"Overwhelmed Legal Aid to get help from N.C. Bar"
(Article, Business Journal -Triad, April 6, 2007)
Kilpatrick Stockton, LLP provides leading gift
to Legal Aid of North
Carolina campaign !!!
(Media Release, March 9, 2007)
"Justice will not come
until those who are not injured
are as indignant as those who are injured."
The materials contained on this website
are for information and educational purposes only and do not
constitute legal advice.
Also please note that Legal Aid of North Carolina does not
provide legal assistance by E-mail. Contact your Legal Aid of
North Carolina office or a private attorney if you need to speak
to an attorney regarding your particular situation.
Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that
provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in
order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers
to economic opportunity.