Although ATJI is not a direct legal service provider, we offer a variety of resources for students, alumni, and community members who are interested in pro bono, public interest, and social justice matters.
Recordings & Multimedia
View our recordings of past ATJI programs and trainings on our Recordings & Multimedia page.
Engage with Law Students & Alumni
Are you a lawyer or community partner? ATJI can help you identify ways in which law students and alumni can further your ability to meet the needs of underserved individuals and communities. We also have a range of ways you can help support the work of our law students and alumni! For more info visit our Engage with Law Students & Alumni page.
We encourage students to explore ATJI’s full website and our Pro Bono Portal for resources relating to finding and succeeding in pro bono opportunities, exploring public interest careers, and engaging in social justice issues. Here is a sampling of some of our favorite external resources:
- PSJD.org: Find public interest organizations, internships, jobs and fellowships throughout the U.S.
- Equal Justice Works: Mobilizing public interest-minded law students and lawyers through fellowships, career development, and other support.
- Heather Jarvis, Loan Expert: Information regarding how to most effectively and easily pay off your loans.
- Seattle University Counseling and Psychological Services: Get help facing the challenges of law school.
- List of Social Justice Partners at Seattle U
- Community Partners
Legal Resources and Referrals
The Access to Justice Institute is not a direct legal services provider. For help in finding a lawyer, visit washingtonlawhelp.org or call 2-1-1 if you are inside of King County. If you are outside of King County, call Coordinated Legal Educational Advice Referral (CLEAR) at 1-888-201-1014.
Visit our Legal Resources and Referrals page for more information about referrals to the Moderate Means Program, a free referral panel designed to connect clients whose income is within 200–400 percent of the Federal Poverty Level to lawyers who offer legal assistance at a reduced fee, or to Seattle University alumni who have built solo practices serving middle income clients through the law school's Low Bono Incubator Program.
Guide to King County Legal Clinics and Hotlines
ATJI developed a guide to help low income people in the Seattle University Youth Initiative neighborhood access legal services. View our Guide to King County Legal Clinics and Hotlines for more information.