Access Justice is proud to be an IRS registered 501(c)(3) organization since 2014 serving individuals seeking justice, regardless of their age, ability or disability, sex, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation through weekly and monthly clinics where volunteer attorneys provide clients who have no hope of a voice in or understanding of the daily proceedings of the legal system with 45-60 minutes of pro bono legal advice and counsel.
Founder and Board Chairman, Randy Gibson, has always felt the call to provide a pathway to justice for those in the Louisville metro. Randy first opened a legal aid ministry in 2005 and operated for years until Triple Twelve Ministries was officially formed on May 1, 2014, operating under the name of Metro Christian Legal Aid (MCLA) and now Access Justice (AJ).
Access Justice serves all individuals seeking justice, regardless of their age, ability or disability, sex, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation. Whenever there are traumatic legal circumstances, we are here to show compassion and offer legal help in a time of need. We are humbled to be able to be the face of love for our neighbors. (Psalm 140:12)
The corporate name “Triple Twelve” honored the life and legacy of the late Kristen Sauder as her illness was diagnosed on 12-12-12.
A nonprofit is as strong as the community that holds it up. Let’s bring our abilities and passions together to serve and provide those in our local community access to justice. Find out more about our Volunteer Opportunities – we’ve got a spot for you!
Founder, Attorney with AJ Law
Attorney, AJ Law Director
Operations & Development Manager
Pro Bono Clinic Administrative Manager
Kentucky Baptist Foundation
Southeast Christian Church
The Jackson Laboratory
Stoll Keenon Ogden
Dinsmore & Shohl
Development and Growth Strategies, LLC
BsideU for Life
Founder & CEO
Loaves & Fishes Ministry
Community Engagement Pastor
Greater New Beginnings Christian Church
CPA, Managing Partner
Guidance Capital Management Group
The Jackson Laboratory
Carl L. Williams Sr.
"The Lord has told you what is good, and this is what he requires of you: to do what is right, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God." Micah 6:8 NLT