Primary geographic focus: Massachusetts
Organization type(s): Bar/Pro Bono
CONTENT MENTIONING/INVOLVING THIS SOURCEOp-Ed Julia Huston
American Prospect, The
January 14, 2015
Too many people are finding themselves alone in the courtroom in civil cases. Trust and efficiency in the civil justice system sink as a consequence.
Op-Ed Lauren Carasik
Al Jazeera America
June 29, 2015
Op-ed pointing out that equal justice remains elusive for millions of poor and low-income Americans. And the failure to provide meaningful access to representation runs afoul of regional and international human rights norms.
Op-Ed Martha Bergmark, Thomas E. Perez
July 27, 2015
There is a resource for our communities that does not receive enough attention, yet is critical to ensuring that families not only stay afloat but move up the economic ladder: civil legal aid.
News Story Lydia Wheeler
December 1, 2015
Reps. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) and Susan Brooks (R-Ind.) launched the Access to Civil Legal Services Caucus on Tuesday to advocate for civil legal aid programs and ensure access to representation is never limited by income.
Letter to Editor Carol A. Starkey
June 13, 2017
Eliminating LSC would have negative consequences for our nation’s bottom line.
Letter to Editor Jeffrey Baliban
November 18, 2014
Expanding access to civil legal aid should be seen as the indispensable investment in Massachusetts’ future that it truly is, says Jeffrey Baliban.
Editorial Editorial Board of Boston Globe
December 26, 2014
Proposed cuts for civil legal aid would have devastating effects. The Boston Globe says Governor Deval Patrick sends the wrong message by doing so.
News Story Ruth McCambridge
Nonprofit Quarterly (NPQ)
October 20, 2014
According to a new study, 64 percent of the low income people in Massachusetts who applied for and were qualified for civil legal assistance were turned away in 2014.
Blog Post Lonnie A. Powers
January 28, 2014
Investing in civil legal aid is not only instrumental in providing equal access to justice, it's also makes economic sense.
Op-Ed Renee Miller-Mizia, Jeffrey Baliban
National Law Journal
December 1, 2014
Pro bono provides good training for lawyers and economic benefit to the community.
News Story Megan Woolhouse
October 15, 2014
Statewide task force finds Massachusetts legal aid groups turned away nearly 2/3 of people qualifying for civil legal aid over the last year due to a lack of funding.
News Story Shaila Dewan
New York Times (NYT)
August 28, 2014
Evictions have spiked nationally, including in Wisconsin, where the Neighborhood Law Clinic at the University of Wisconsin Law School and Legal Aid of Wisconsin are involved representing tenants.
News Story Kendall Hatch
MetroWest Daily News (Massachusetts)
October 16, 2014
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