William Cotter to Speak at Bar Fellows Lunch and Learn

Augusta, ME – On October 19, 2022, William Cotter, the former President and Professor of Constitutional Law at Colby College, will discuss two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and Kennedy v. Bremerton School District. In Dobbs, the Court voted 6-3 to uphold a Mississippi policy banning most abortions after…Read More

26 September 2022, Posted in: Uncategorized

Justice Action Group Presents Rural Access to Justice Summit

September 9, 2022 – Maine’s Justice Action Group is pleased to announce that it will present a Rural Access to Justice Summit on October 26, 2022. This Summit will convene participants from the judicial branch, rural practitioners, the University of Maine School of Law, the Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project, and others to discuss the need…Read More

9 September 2022, Posted in: Uncategorized

Maine Justice Foundation Relocates Offices

August 26 – The Maine Justice Foundation has relocated to 124 State Street, Augusta, Maine, 04330. Any correspondence sent to the previous address will be automatically forwarded to the new location. We look forward to serving you from our new offices!…Read More

30 August 2022, Posted in: Uncategorized

Maine Justice Foundation Awards Grants to Seven Maine Groups Working for Racial Justice and Equity

Hallowell, ME – The Maine Justice Foundation has awarded seven grants from its Racial Justice Fund to seven Maine groups for 2022. The goal of the Fund is to support Black, Indigenous, and People of Color statewide to forge social, systemic, and economic solutions that will address racism and inequities in our culture, organizations, and…Read More

17 August 2022, Posted in: Featured, Uncategorized

Maine Justice Foundation Awards the Access to Justice Tax Credit

Hallowell, ME, August 16 – The Maine Justice Foundation is pleased to announce the 2022 recipients of a tax credit from the Access to Justice Tax Credit Program. In an effort to encourage lawyers to provide services to underserved areas of our State, the Legislature enacted the Access to Justice Tax Credit Program. Starting in…Read More

16 August 2022, Posted in: Uncategorized

Maine Justice Foundation Seeks Applicants For The 2023 Hancock/Washington County Legal Aid ESO Fund Grant

Hallowell, ME, June 13 – The Maine Justice Foundation is pleased to announce the application period for the Hancock/Washington County Legal Aid ESO Fund 2023 Grant Cycle. The Foundation will accept applications from June 13- July 15, 2022. The application form can be found online at https://www.grantinterface.com/sl/e9Psuu [Link will be live at 10:00 AM, Monday,…Read More

9 June 2022, Posted in: Our Work, Uncategorized