Participate in the NCCRC
Does your work involve civil right to counsel? If so, you might be a candicate for becoming a NCCRC participant. Being a NCCRC participant means you get access to our research resources, a subscription to our low-traffic listserv, and a connection to nearly 300 NCCRC participants from 38 different states. To see where they are, go to the interactive map and click on the "NCCRC Presence" option.
Check Out the Calendar
The NCCRC keeps track of right to counsel events happening all over the country on its events calendar. See what might be happening in your neck of the woods.
Follow Us on Twitter
The NCCRC is active on Twitter. Below is just a sample of a few recent tweets.
Check Back on Major Developments
The NCCRC's interactive status map keeps track of all major developments across the country, and is continually updated, so feel free to revisit it from time to time to see what's happening!
Want to hear about new developments happening across the country? The NCCRC sends periodic emails (once or twice a month) highlighting the latest cases, legislation, articles, and public happenings involving the right to counsel in civil cases. Check out our updates archives, and below is a form you can use to sign up for these updates. All people, including those representing themselves, may subscribe to our news updates. Please note that we need your first and last name in order to subscribe you.