AJC

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AcronymDefinition
AJCAtlanta Journal & Constitution
AJCAmerican Jewish Committee
AJCArabian Jockey Club
AJCAmerican Jewish Congress
AJCAustralian Jockey Club (Sydney, Australia)
AJCAuthorized Java Centers
AJCAsian Journal of Control (Taiwan)
AJCAlaska Judicial Council (Anchorage, AK)
AJCAtlantic Jewish Council (Canada)
AJCAnderson Junior College (Singapore)
AJCAccess to Justice Commission (various locations)
AJCAssociation of Jersey Charities
AJCAtlantic Journal of Communication (New Jersey Communication Association)
AJCArea Joint Committee (UK)
AJCAssociação Juvenil de Ciência (Portugal)
AJCAnglo-Chinese Junior College (Singapore)
AJCAberdeen Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
AJCAssociation des Journalistes de la Construction (French journalist association)
AJCAssociation des Jeunes Chercheurs (French: Association of Young Researchers)
AJCApostolic Johannite Church (Gnostic Christian Church; various locations)
AJCAmerican Jewelry Chain Co. (est. 1927)
AJCArlington Judo Club (martial arts; Arlington, VA)
AJCAbergavenny Judo Club (martial arts; UK)
AJCAylwin Judo Club (martial arts)
AJCAlton Judo Club (martial arts; Alton, Hampshire, UK)
AJCAfrican Judo Championship (martial arts)
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Under current rules, those lawyers must make out three checks, money orders or cashier's checks: $100 to the Office of Lawyer Regulation, $100 to the Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation and $50 to the Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission.
The Access to Justice Commission has merged with the Maryland State Bar Association in an effort to give the organization institutional backing and to attract young, social-justice-minded lawyers to the bar association.
She became involved with the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission, which was created to help all Arkansans get access to the justice system.
Gandy has been appointed by the Mississippi Supreme Court to serve on the Mississippi Access to Justice Commission. Gandy's term begins on July 1, and ends on June 30, 2021.
The PBRC, an initiative of the North Carolina Equal Access to Justice Commission, was launched in April 2016 with the mission of increasing attorneys pro bono participation as a means of reducing the access to justice gap for low-income North Carolinians.
The Access to Justice Commission, through a competitive grant process, accepted proposals from the Illinois Circuit Courts, which wanted to begin programs to aid individuals seeking court services without attorney representation.
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The Texas Access to Justice Commission helps bring legal aid to low-income Texans
According to a recent report by the Tennessee Supreme Court's Access to Justice Commission, the state's lawyers are providing free and reduced-fee legal services to those in need to the tune of 800,000 hours.
A six-year study by the New Hampshire Access to Justice Commission shows that the need for legal services for the poor and disabled increased dramatically while there was an equally dramatic cut in resources over the past five years.
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