Illinois: The Illinois Supreme Court created a commission on June 13 that will study the circumstances that limit some citizens' access to justice. Some problems include complex legal forms that disable people from representing themselves in court, high-priced attorneys, and transportation to the courthouse. The court is also interested in setting up some legal self-help centers. The commission is similar to that in 26 other states and it will be building off the work of established organizations such as the Illinois Coalition for Equal Justice. Chief Justice Thomas Kilbride explained, "The purpose is to make access to justice a high priority for everyone in the legal system."