Administrative Agency Committee – Identifies best practices as well as barriers within administrative agencies and works with agencies to improve access for self-represented litigants.
Communications Committee – Works to improve the visibility of the Access Commission itself, as well as of the work of its various subcommittees, and to help improve public understanding of the importance of legal services for poor people and access to justice.
Federals Court Committee – Promotes strategic recommendations for the federal courts on ways to improve access to the federal courts in California for low-income people, and serves as a clearinghouse for information and advice.
Funding Committee – Develops new resources for civil legal services in California and helps to ensure continuation and expansion of the state's Equal Access Fund, including a joint Task Force with the Legal Services Trust Fund Program on the Justice Gap Fund.
Judicial Branch Support Committee – Provides support for adequate funding for the courts, addresses legislative issues that concern the branch, and works with the Judicial Council and other key stakeholders to support efforts to improve access to justice.
Language Access Committee – Analyzes recent developments to expand language access in California, and provides input to judicial branch entities working to develop a statewide language access plan and respond to the concerns raised by the U. S. Department of Justice.
Modest Means/Incubator Task Force – Expands access to our justice system for modest means families facing significant legal issues, and guides the growing incubator movement toward a conscious goal of training a generation of lawyers committed to serving the needs of ordinary people who otherwise have nowhere to go for legal help.
Pro Bono Coordinating Committee [joint with the Standing Committee on Delivery of Legal Services] – Encourages increased pro bono in all areas of the state, particularly rural areas, and seeks to increase attorney giving of both time and financial support.