Primary geographic focus: West Virginia
Organization type(s): Provider
Acronym or short name: LAWV
CONTENT MENTIONING/INVOLVING THIS SOURCENews Story Kate White
March 16, 2017
Trump’s plan zeros out funding for the Legal Services Corporation and, in turn, about $2.2 million of Legal Aid of West Virginia’s annual budget of about $10 million.
Feature Ryan Reilly
March 29, 2017
“We’re dealing with folks who can’t afford attorneys, who just don’t even know where to turn,” one lawyer says.
Op-Ed Linda Klein, Marc E. Williams
May 13, 2017
When ordinary Americans need help with life’s big problems, the Legal Services Corporation is there. But its survival is threatened. That’s why it needs help from every resident of West Virginia.
News Story Danyel VanReenen
Journal (Martinsburg, WV)
June 1, 2017
Resulting from a partnership between the Legal Services Corporation and the Equal Justice Works, the trip marks the beginning of a summer program for legal students interested in working with rural legal aid clients.
News Story Tomas Kassahun
West Virginia Record
March 21, 2018
As investigators continue to determine which cases were fraudulent and which were not, the Social Security office has told many of Conn’s clients they may lose their Social Security benefits.
Op-Ed Erica Pulling
October 7, 2018
Does it surprise you to know that someone charged with domestic abuse has a right to a lawyer, but their victim does not?
Profile Charles Young
Exponent-Telegram (Clarksburg, WV)
December 18, 2018
A small but dedicated group of attorneys works to provide legal assistance to the residents of five surrounding counties.
“Lawyers in School” program assists families in need “Lawyers in School” program assists families in needCasey Hoolahan
WDTV (West Virginia)
May 16, 2019
Richard Morris is an attorney with Legal Aid West Virginia and a new program in the area is helping him to use his profession to give back to the community.
News Story Wayne Towner
Parkersburg News and Sentinel
May 18, 2019
LAWV Executive Director Adrienne Worthy said Legal Aid is a nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal services, long-term and elder care advocacy, and behavioral health advocacy.
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