Access to Justice
The Access to Justice Committee was established in 1996 to consolidate the efforts of two existing LSBA committees (The Legal Services Committee and The Volunteers In Public Service Committee).
The committee helps to strengthen an integrated delivery network by supporting all those who deliver legal services to the poor.
The Louisiana Center for Law and Civic Education promotes the practical understanding of, and respect for, the law throughout Louisiana. This is achieved by coordinating, implementing, and developing Law and Civic Education programs, by training others in the delivery of Law and Civic Education and assisting schools and interested community organizations with the delivery of quality Law and Civics Education programs.
The Louisiana State Bar Association promotes the dignity of the legal profession and upholds ethical behavior, but has no jurisdiction over attorney discipline, which is the charge of the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board.
To register a complaint against a lawyer with the lawyer discipline system, you should contact the Disciplinary Counsel's office.