Emma Cueto

Journalist (NATIONAL)
Freelance reporter for Law360 and Bustle.

Links: @Emma_Cueto | (Current as of: June 19, 2019)


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News Story

Legal Aid Org’s Departing Chief Praised For Funding Boost

Emma Cueto
Law360
January 26, 2020
Sandman said that his time at LSC had been “very rewarding,” and that after leaving he hopes to teach and to find other ways to contribute to the cause of access to justice.

Interview

David Brown On Fighting To End Transgender, Nonbinary Bias

Emma Cueto
Law360
November 3, 2019
Longtime civil rights attorney David Brown took over this year as legal director for the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, a nonprofit that works to end discrimination against trans and nonbinary people, amid growing awareness about transgender issues but also an “uptick in general demonization.”

News Story

Why A Post-Disaster Rule For Pro Bono Aid Isn’t For Everyone

Emma Cueto
Law360
October 28, 2019
When Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans in 2005, legal aid provider Southeast Louisiana Legal Services knew that people in its community would need its help with everything from disputes with landlords to appeals of insurance claim decisions.

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All Work And Low Pay: Wage Gap Persists For Legal Aid Attys

Emma Cueto
Law360
September 29, 2019
While it isn’t surprising that attorneys working for nonprofit groups would receive less pay, the size of the discrepancy — and the low salaries in general — is concerning, Sandman said.

News Story

Legal Aid Groups Shouldn’t Wait For A Disaster To Act

Emma Cueto
Law360
September 22, 2019
When people think of providing aid after a hurricane, earthquake or flood, they don't typically think of legal aid, but natural disaster victims often need help with everything from disputes with landlords to appealing a denied FEMA claim to proving their identity after losing key documents.

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Legal Aid For Migrant Kids Too Vital To Cut, Advocates Say

Emma Cueto
Law360
June 9, 2019
Advocates have loudly denounced the plan, saying that the services that HHS would need to cut are crucial for children and should be fully funded.



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