November 27, 2014 |
New York Times (NYT)
Basic Legal Equality, a legal aid group, has helped file an innovative suit alleging a bank took the federal government mortgage guarantee but failed to take required steps to work with a borrower in default.
Tags: Housing: Foreclosure
September 1, 2014 |
New York's top judge is the brain behind many ideas that have upended the court system nationwide including legal aid for the poor, drug courts and foreclosure protections.
Tags: Benefits of Legal Aid | Consumer Protection | Courts | Delivery Systems | Housing: Foreclosure | Housing: Landlord-Tenant | Pro Bono | Unbundling
The only public interest organization entirely devoted to defending the housing rights of New Jersey’s poor through enforcement of specific anti-discrimination laws. Office in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Tags: Housing: Foreclosure, Housing: Homelessness, Housing: Landlord-Tenant
May 23, 2014 |
As a Mississippi native, civil legal aid lawyer and a veteran of Hurricane Katrina, I'm all too familiar with our mistakes during disaster recovery.
Tags: Consumer Protection | Disaster Recovery | Housing: Foreclosure | Housing: Landlord-Tenant | Hurricane Katrina | Pro Bono
Metropolitan news writer with the New York Times covering housing in the New York City region. Previously based in Los Angeles and Maimi. Born in Puerto Rico. Tags: Housing: Foreclosure, Housing: Landlord-Tenant