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"Founded in 1978, HALT – An Organization of Americans for Legal Reform, a nonprofit, nonpartisan public interest group of more than 50,000 members, is the nation's largest and oldest legal reform organization. Dedicated to the principle that all Americans should be able to handle their legal affairs simply, affordably and equitably, HALT's Reform Projects challenge the legal establishment to improve access and reduce costs in our civil justice system at both the state and federal levels." [1]


Accessed December 2007: [2]

  • Conrad Martin (Chair) - Executive Director, Fund for Constitutional Government Washington, DC
  • Danielle Brian - Executive Director, Project on Government Oversight Washington, DC
  • Katherine S. Broderick - Dean, UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Washington, DC
  • Louis A. Clark - President, Government Accountability Project Washington, DC
  • Catherine Elias-Jermany - Executive Director of the National Self-Help Law Project, CA
  • Sally Greenberg - Executive Director, National Consumers League, Washington, DC
  • George A. Miller - Retired President of The Income Fund of America San Francisco, CA



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  1. About, HALT, accessed December 24, 2007.
  2. Directors, HALT, accessed December 24, 2007.