THE CIVIL LEGAL AID COMMUNITY UNITED FOR
The North Carolina Equal Justice Alliance is a community of civil legal aid providers serving low-income and underrepresented constituencies. Many Alliance members also promote policy initiatives to improve the lives of those who face systemic barriers or are impacted by poverty. For more information about the members of the Equal Justice Alliance and their work, please visit our Who We Are page.
The mission of the Equal Justice Alliance is to provide central coordination of a sustained, comprehensive, integrated, statewide system to provide the most effective legal services to people in poverty in North Carolina.
THE LATEST FROM THE ALLIANCE
RT @DisabilityRtsNC: Care about public school education? Tune in to hear from great speakers, including DRNC attorney & scholar Alex Evans.…Read More
RT @ncjustice: Join the NC Justice Center and partners TONIGHT at 6:30 P.M for a virtual listening session on current barriers to accessing…Read More
Starting in 5 minutes - come learn about how child custody cases work in NC.Read More
RT @role_models_1: Join us for our next webinar, Medicaid Managed Care: What North Carolina Needs to Know, on June 10th at 10am EST. We w…Read More
RT @LegalAidNC: There's still time to register! Go to to learn more & register. https://t.co/g7fnaydx72Read More
RT @ncprobono: Excited to work with these amazing pro bono partners to provide healthcare planning documents in celebration of #pridemonth!…Read More
Whereas the Sixth Amendment guarantees the right to legal counsel to most criminal defendants, there is almost no civil right to counsel in the United States. Visit to read this summary of UNCG’s extensive findings. https://t.co/tyllVPzpQHRead More
RT @CLTLegAdvocacy: Could you be a victim of unemployment fraud? Use these tips from @CFPB to protect yourself from identity theft, fraud a…Read More
RT @ncprobono: A quick reminder from Chief Justice Newby on why we do pro bono! https://t.co/quqfj2fKPKRead More
The NC Equal Access to Justice Commission and the Equal Justice Alliance, in partnership with the UNCG Ctr for Housing and Community Studies, have completed the first civil legal needs assessment of our state in almost 20 years. Visit to review a summary.Read More