Illinois JusticeCorps is a new and innovative program to expand and enhance access to justice for low-income and vulnerable people without lawyers by training college and law students to work various capacities in courts across Illinois. Illinois JusticeCorps receives AmeriCorps funding from the Serve Illinois Commission. Illinois JusticeCorps currently places students in Bloomington, Chicago and Markham, serving in self-help centers and legal advice desks in multiple courthouses in partnership with local courts and legal aid partners. The Illinois JusticeCorps program strengthens existing initiatives to help people without lawyers that complement work of legal aid, clerk, library and court partners by involving energetic, passionate students to help. Many of these students have diverse backgrounds with strong connections to client communities, and they provide legal information to people without lawyers in their own languages.