Primary geographic focus: Texas
Organization type(s): Media
CONTENT FROM THIS SOURCELetter to Editor Richard L. Tate
February 12, 2019
By calling for increased funding for legal aid programs serving our most vulnerable citizens — including veterans and survivors of sexual assault, among others—he put a necessary emphasis on the importance of these programs.
Op-Ed Nathan L. Hecht, Donald J. Guter
November 9, 2018
Providing free legal services to qualifying veterans is imperative. We should make a commitment to better the lives of the service men and women who voluntarily risked their lives for our freedom.
News Story Jeremy Schwartz
November 10, 2017
Texas bar officials are aiming to take the program nationwide and offering their expertise to counterparts in other states. So far, about two dozen states have expressed interest in replicating the Texas program.
Op-Ed Eva Guzman
March 29, 2017
With continued financial support from the Texas Legislature, a community of legal advocates across the state will remain available to assist sexual assault survivors with the challenges that lie ahead.
News Story Bob Sechler
March 13, 2017
Answering advertisements is one way buyers come in contact with unscrupulous lenders who specialize in a practice known as “predatory wraparound mortgages”.
News Story Lucia Benavides
October 1, 2016
Victims of domestic violence can have a hard time walking away from their abuser. For those who are undocumented, that challenge can be exacerbated by fears of revealing their immigration status.
News Story , Video Eric Dexheimer
November 30, 2015
After 22 years and broken promise by city, East Austin woman can finally call house her home.
Editorial Editorial Board of Austin American-Statesman
March 30, 2015
The editorial board of the Austin American-Statesman urges the state legislature to increase funding for civil legal services in Texas.
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