THE WILLIAM E. MORRIS INSTITUTE WORKS ON SYSTEMIC ISSUES THAT IMPACT LARGE NUMBERS OF LOW-INCOME PEOPLE.

    About WIlliam E. Morris

    The William E. Morris Institute for Justice was started in 1996. Originally called the Arizona Justice Institute, it was renamed for our first Litigation Director, William Eric Morris, after his death in 2000.

    HELPFUL INFORMATION

    We provide information and “Know-Your-Rights” material on several topics of interest to low-income and vulnerable Arizonans, including public benefits, landlord/tenant issues, and unemployment insurance.

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    WHO WE ARE

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    The William E. Morris Institute for Justice is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the rights of low-income Arizonans. Since 1996, the Institute has been making a difference. We protect the rights of low-income Arizonans by:

    • Major impact and class action litigation;
    • Advocacy with federal and state administrative agencies;
    • Advocacy with the Arizona Legislature, and
    • Technical assistance, training and support of Arizona's three legal services programs.
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    • Email: ajinstitu@qwestoffice.net
    • Phone: (602) 252-3432

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