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Community Outreach

Community outreach is critical to the Alameda Superior Court.  The Court works hard to develop and maintain strong ties to our community. These connections are strengthened through various outreach efforts initiated and actively supported by the Court.  Our dedicated judges, commissioners, and court staff are committed to engaging in active dialogues with the community about subjects including the role of the courts and judges as well as the legal profession. In this way, it is our goal to increase understanding and access to justice for all.

 

The Court oversees numerous services and programs throughout Alameda County that address the needs of parties as they navigate through the court system. From children’s waiting rooms, to Self-Help Centers for self-represented litigants, to high school mock trial programs, the Superior Court is working to build trust and confidence among the constituents we serve. The programs detailed below are examples of countywide initiatives aimed at expanding and enhancing court and community relations.

Court Outreach Programs


Community Focused Court Planning Committee

The purpose of the Community Focused Court Planning Committee is to assist the Superior Court in the development and maintenance of its strategic plan by advising the Court concerning how it can emphasize a community focus in its strategic planning process; advise the Court of other opportunities to increase public access; and increase the Court's outreach activities within the community.


For more information on this committee, please click here.

 

 

 
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