Catherine Carr

Former/Retired, Legal Aid Advocate (Pennsylvania)
Co-chair of the Association's Civil Gideon and Access to Justice Task Force and former executive director of Community Legal Services of Philadelphia.

Links: (Current as of: March 20, 2017)



Philly has eviction problem. Right to counsel legislation could help solve it.

Rochelle M. Fedullo, Catherine Carr, Joseph Sullivan
Philadelphia Inquirer
October 17, 2019
Those most affected by evictions in Philadelphia are most likely to be our city’s most vulnerable populations: black women with children, older people and those raising grandchildren, veterans, people with disabilities, and low-income households.


Philly tenants should have access to legal aid

Deborah R. Gross, Catherine Carr, Joseph Sullivan
Philadelphia Inquirer
March 17, 2017
Philadelphia should follow the example of Washington and New York and move toward making legal representation in eviction and foreclosure proceedings a right, not a privilege available only to those who can afford it.

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