Marina qualified for immigration relief but couldn't afford the legal fees to apply As a high school senior without legal status, Karla's future was uncertain Andy didn't realize he would learn about more than just immigration law Without a social security number, Nae struggled to afford a college education

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"Equal access means that courts are available to all — from low- and middle-income litigants representing themselves to businesses urgently needing to resolve disputes...Equal access means supporting a diverse judicial branch at all levels to benefit the public and to reflect the vast diversity of the state...In the end, equal access relies on public support."

- Honorable Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, Chief Justice of California
Restoring Access to Justice: Access 3D, August 17, 2013