In our second piece on language access this month, we read about the work to make California's state courts more accessible to clients who are limited English proficient. Joann Lee from the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles describes the process in her new advocacy story, Finding the Path to Language Justice in the California Courts. Also be sure to check out the new article from Tere Ramos, When Access to Language Means Access to Justice: How to Advocate Effectively on Behalf of Limited-English-Proficient Persons. Both Tere and Joann will join us for this month's Advocacy Exchange on enforcing language-access rights for LEP clients. Register now.