Every year, the Alliance for Equal Justice helps more than 70,000 low-income and vulnerable people in Washington secure justice through a network of civil legal aid programs that provide legal information, advice, and representation. Today, more than 40 organizations are part of the Alliance for Equal Justice. Formed in 2004 out of growing collaborative efforts within the legal aid community, the Alliance is an umbrella network of all civil legal aid programs in Washington State. To increase client service, the Alliance creates efficiency, provides support, and fosters collaboration among members.
Brought to you by the Northwest Justice Project, CLEAR is Washington’s toll-free, centralized intake, advice and referral service for low-income people seeking free legal assistance with civil legal problems.
Sponsored by the Washington State Department of Corrections, Inmate Search makes the name, DOC number and location of incarcerated offenders available to the general public. While the information is believed to be accurate, DOC makes no warranties, express or implied. This information is updated nightly.
Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a not-for-profit statewide law firm that provides free civil legal assistance and representation to low-income people and communities throughout Washington State. Its mission is to secure justice through high quality legal advocacy that promotes the long-term well-being of low-income individuals, families, and communities.
The SCRA website provides the ability to verify whether an individual is currently serving on active duty in the Uniformed Services (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, NOAA, Public Health, and Coast Guard). This web site helps Service members verify they are serving on active duty and are therefore eligible for the protections of the SCRA.
The Appellate Case Processing Guide is designed to assist litigants through the appellate process. Under the direction of the Court’s Community Outreach Committee, the Public Information Task Team was responsible for developing the Guide in 2001. The Model is based upon the appellate flow chart adopted by the Court and included herein. Each section of this manual corresponds with a step in the aforementioned flow chart. Sections consist of 3 components: background, timeline, and required forms or paperwork. At the conclusion of each section is a sample template.
This link leads to the home page for LegalVoice, formerly the Northwest Women’s Law Center. As stated in their mission statement, LegalVoice “…works to ensure that all women and girls have these fundamental rights: to equal treatment and to be free from discrimination; to decide when and how to form and maintain their families; to be safe wherever they are; to economic equality and independence; to be healthy and active.”
This is the official web site for the State of Washington.