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Amy Johnson

Arkansas Access to Justice Foundation
Executive Director
AR
Amy is an attorney, nonprofit executive, and community leader who focuses her efforts on empowering low-income families to overcome systemic barriers that cause and perpetuate poverty. As the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission’s Executive Director, she coordinates statewide efforts to ensure that all Arkansans have access to the civil court system to seek redress for legal issues affecting basic human needs. Amy also staffs the Arkansas Access to Justice Foundation and Arkansas IOLTA Program, which engage in resource development and grant making initiatives to support the objective of increasing access to justice. She currently serves on two national boards: the National Association of IOLTA Programs and Management Information Exchange.

Amy earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Hendrix College, where she graduated cum laude with distinction. In 2002, she earned her Juris Doctorate with high honors from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law. Amy has been recognized as a Hendrix College Distinguished Young Alumna (2010), a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leader (2012), a recipient of the Arkansas Bar Association’s Lawyer Community Legacy Award (2013), as UALR William H. Bowen School of Law’s Outstanding Alumna for Public Service (2013) and Alumna of the Decade (2016), and The Marie Interfaith Civil Leadership Award (2015). Amy may be reached at adjohnson@arkansasjustice.org.
Thursday, May 9
 

8:30am

10:00am

11:45am

1:30pm

3:30pm

6:00pm

 
Friday, May 10
 

8:30am

10:15am

1:45pm

3:45pm

6:00pm