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Gregg Moore

May 27, 2014

State hikes pro hac vice fees

A $200 increase to the fee out-of-state attorneys pay to handle cases in Wisconsin will bring a much-needed boost to the state’s Access to Justice Commission and Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation.

Apr 4, 2014

Access to Justice Commission makes its case for state money

Access to Justice Commission President Gregg Moore made it clear Friday that the commission’s continued operation hinges on state money to pay for it.

Mar 18, 2014

Wisconsin Access to Justice president to step down

Gregg Moore, the man who has led the Wisconsin Access to Justice Commission since its inception in 2009, plans to step down next month. Moore, a state Supreme Court appointee, said he still will be a member, as he was reappointed last year. But he will not seek the position of president again. Commission member […]

Sep 23, 2013

Wis. commission searches for money to continue advocacy work

It took a decade for the country’s first access to justice commission to figure out what problems it wanted to solve.

Sep 18, 2013

Commission seeks to codify how judges handle pro se litigants

A proposed state Supreme Court rule change aims to give judges guidance on how to handle the increasing number of people who enter the civil court system without a lawyer.

Aug 28, 2013

Future of Access to Justice Commission in question

Money is running out for the Access to Justice Commission, a Wisconsin Supreme Court-mandated group tasked with advocating for legal services for indigent people.

Jan 19, 2012

State’s high court denies civil appointment petition, encourages pilot

On Thursday, the Wisconsin Supreme Court unanimously denied a petition seeking appointment of civil attorneys at public expense to poor people, but informally endorsed creation of a small-scale pilot project.

Dec 5, 2011

Wis. Supreme Court considers asking State Bar to help pay for civil appointments

Reluctant to require counties to pay the cost of civil appointments for poor people, the Wisconsin Supreme Court may turn to the State Bar for money to develop one or more pilot projects and test an ambitious proposal that could ultimately cost about $56 million per year.


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