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The mission of the Access to Justice Committee is to facilitate and encourage the KBA and its members in their efforts (1) to ensure access to the justice system by all persons without regard to income; and (2) to provide direct pro bono service to low-income persons in our community through participation in the Pro Bono Project, Barrister's initiatives, Pillar Law Firm Model, Non-Profit Pro Bono Program, CASA and other programs.
Phone: (865) 766-0056
Fax: (865) 766-0570
Wynne du Mariau Caffey
Elmore, Stone & Caffey, PLLC
5616 Kingston Pike, Suite 301
Knoxville, TN 37919
Access to Justice Activities
Add your organization to the KBA's Volunteer HandbookTo include your nonprofit organization in the list of agencies, please complete the form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To include your nonprofit organization in the list of agencies, please complete the fillable form. The KBA Access to Justice Committee has developed a Volunteer Handbook that is availabl to KBA members. The handbook provides helpful information about how you can volunteer with area community service agencies and is in an easy-to-read format. Search for volunteer opportunities using the "Volunteer" tab on the home page of the KBA website. The material from the KBA's Volunteer handbook has been added to a searchable database so you can seach by agency name or category. If you are interested in adding your nonprofit organization to the database, please download the form and e-mail to Marsha Wilson at www.knoxbar.org.
Tennessee Faith & Justice Alliance Offers Clergy Training
The Tennessee Faith & Justice Alliance offers a Clergy Training for Faith-Based Initiative Program on September 16.
First Baptist Church of Knoxville, Trentham Hall
510 West Main Street, Knoxville, TN 37902
Date: September 16, 2014
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Cost: $6.00 for sandwich lunch buffet
Parking: Trentham Hall Parking lot between Hill, Walnut and Locust streets
RSVP: Vanessa Moore, email@example.com
Deadline to RSVP is September 9, 2014
About the Training Event
The Tennessee Faith and Justice Alliance ("TFJA"), in conjunction with volunteer lawyers from the Knoxville Bar
Association and Legal Aid of East Tennessee, will provide training to identify the need for legal assistance,
including learning how to spot legal problems that affect the lives of their congregants and information on
existing legal and social services resources in East Tennessee. This event is open to clergy and interested laity
of all religious groups in the Knoxville area. The training will be the first TFJA event held in Knoxville.
About the Tennessee Faith and Justice Alliance
TFJA is a project of the Tennessee Supreme Court's Access to Justice Commission. It is an alliance of faithbased groups in Tennessee who commit to providing legal resources to their congregations and communities.
TFJA was created to align needs seen at the local house of worship level with possible legal resources that are
nearby, perhaps even within the same congregation. The notion is to connect with people in need in a place
they already go to seek help with a problem. That place is quite often their place of worship. Projects range
from traditional free legal clinics, to community education projects, to networks of attorneys volunteering to
meet the legal needs of local congregations.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
LONDON | AMBURN
607 MARKET STREET, STE 900
KNOXVILLE, TN 37902
TENNESSEE SUPREME COURT
ACCESS TO JUSTICE COORDINATOR
511 UNION STREET, STE 600
NASHVILLE, TN 37219
Questions about Committees
Contact the KBA at 865-522-6522 if you have any questions.