Historically, solutions to the access to justice problem have gone something like this: if we could just get more lawyers engaged in pro bono work, representing indigent clients, then we would begin to solve the access to justice problem. Or, if we could simply raise more money, the organizations helping deliver equal access to justice to the unrepresented and underrepresented would have greater capacity to enhance their impact. There’s more work to be done on that front. The work never ends. But there’s a third solution. Read along.