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Reshaping Public Attitudes on the Courts. JAS Pilot Project: Lessons from New Mexico. The backbone of a movement to ensure the courts are fully operational must fully engage the leadership of the legal community . Reshaping Public Attitudes on the Courts.

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Reshaping public attitudes on the courts

Reshaping Public Attitudes on the Courts

JAS Pilot Project: Lessons from New Mexico

The backbone of a movement to ensure the courts are

fully operational must fully engage

the leadership of the legal community.


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Reshaping Public Attitudes on the Courts

JAS Pilot Project: Lessons from New Mexico

Judicial leaders should take time to identity and engage leadership within then State Bar who are willing to spend time serving as:

  • Organizers for an ongoing campaign to to fully fund the courts.

  • Advocates for this effort with key decision-makers.

  • Ambassadorswith community groups &business organizations.

  • Event planners to put together a robust State Bar advocacy day.


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Reshaping Public Attitudes on the Courts

JAS Pilot Project: Lessons from New Mexico

Bar leaders must educate membership about the court’s challenges and provide opportunities for action:

  • Robust, ongoing communications

  • Easy-to-navigate web site

  • Talking points & speaker’s bureau

  • Op-eds and earned media


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