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LSC Honors the Legacy of E. Clinton Bamberger Jr.

2.16.2017
E. Clinton Bamberger Jr. will be remembered as a pioneer in providing equal justice to the disadvantaged and as a leader in shaping civil and criminal law. Over the course of his lengthy career, he advanced legal services as an educator, administrator, and advocate. Mr. Bamberger passed away Sunday... Continue reading >

Remarks by LSC Board Chair John G. Levi | LSC Board Meeting | January 2017

1.27.2017
Good morning and welcome. I am John Levi, the 10th Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation. We are happy to be here in Atlanta, home of two of our strongest grantees — Atlanta Legal Aid Society and Georgia Legal Services Program — and home of our predecessor LSC Board... Continue reading >

Remarks by LSC Board Chair John G. Levi | Pro Bono Awards Reception

1.26.2017
Good evening, I am John Levi, the 10th Chair of the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation, and it is my pleasure on behalf of the Board to welcome you to this reception. We are so happy to be here in the hometown of our predecessor LSC Board’s Chair, Frank Strickland. This evening,... Continue reading >

A Year-End Message to LSC-Funded Programs from Chairman John Levi and President Jim Sandman

12.21.2016
As we near year-end, we want to take a moment to thank you for the extraordinary efforts you have made in 2016 to help make our civil justice system more accessible to our nation's most vulnerable citizens. At this time of transition in our country, it is important to remember that access to... Continue reading >

LSC President Jim Sandman Receives D.C. Commission on Human Rights Award

12.7.2016
The District of Columbia Commission on Human Rights will honor LSC President James Sandman on December 7 with its 2016 Cornelius R. “Neil” Alexander Humanitarian Award for his long-standing commitment to providing access to justice and pro bono legal services for those in need in the District. The... Continue reading >

LSC Vice Chair Martha Minow Elected to American Academy of Political and Social Science

12.6.2016
LSC Vice Chair and Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow has been named a fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (AAPSS), one of the nation’s oldest learned societies. Minow was one of five distinguished scholars elected. AAPSS inducts a new cohort of fellows each year in... Continue reading >

White House Legal Aid Interagency Roundtable Releases First Annual Report

11.30.2016
The White House Legal Aid Interagency Roundtable (WH-LAIR) has released its first annual report to the President, “ Expanding Access to Justice, Strengthening Federal Programs .” Accompanying the report are the Department of Justice’s press release , factsheet , and a blogpost by WH-LAIR designated... Continue reading >

LSC on the Passing of Judge Richard B. Teitelman

11.29.2016
The Missouri Supreme Court announced today that Missouri Supreme Court Judge Richard B. Teitelman had passed away. Judge Teitelman was a leader in the legal community, an esteemed jurist, and a champion for equal justice. Judge Teitelman spent much of his career serving the Legal Services of... Continue reading >

Video: LSC President Jim Sandman Interviewed at Law Firm Leaders Forum

11.15.2016
LSC President Jim Sandman sat down with Thomson Reuters' Legal Executive Institute Chair Ralph Baxter at the recent Law Firm Leaders Forum to discuss access to justice issues and the future of legal services. Continue reading >

Video: LSC President Jim Sandman Interviewed by Thomson Reuters

10.26.2016
LSC President Jim Sandman recently visited the Thomson Reuters Eagan campus to share his thoughts on why the legal industry has been slow to initiate and adopt new technology. Following his presentation, David Curle, Director of Market Intelligence at Thomson Reuters Legal, sat down with him to... Continue reading >

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