Internet resources concerning law and court reform fall generally into three separate but related categories. First, there is a wide body of literature describing the scope and origins of unmet legal needs in the United States, and outlining potential solutions to the problem. Second, many resources have been developed to guide and reform the delivery of legal services through the legal aid framework dominated by the funding and limitations of the Legal Services Corporation. This topic represents one of the most common focuses of state access to justice commissions, and has produced a considerable literature. Third, a distinct movement has formed around the recognition of a civil right to counsel, also known as “Civil Gideon,” in reference to the 1963 U.S. Supreme Court case guaranteeing a right to counsel for indigent defendants in criminal prosecutions.