Blog Calendar

Monday, April 6, 2020

A tenant getting tased and forcefully removed. Landlords changing card readers and locking people out of their apartments. A coronavirus patient sitting in her room, terrified of being thrown out...
In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid representatives say residents are already feeling the financial impact. They are receiving calls around the clock for legal assistance...
Jonathan Lippman, former Chief Judge of New York, joined David Miranda to talk about the partnership between New York State Bar Association and the court system to build a pro bono network of lawyers...
For Mid-Missouri Legal Services, grant funding from the $2.2 trillion federal relief package cannot come soon enough. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES Act, includes a $50...
While the stay-at-home measures may help “flatten the curve” of new COVID-19 cases, they also pose a unique threat to people in abusive relationships. How do you stay home when home is not a safe...
Rebecca Sandefur, a professor at Arizona State University and faculty fellow with the American Bar Foundation, where she founded the access to justice research initiative, recently shared with Law360...
Days before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, Durham’s city and county services were already struggling with a cybervirus that knocked out their technology. The...
On Friday, April 3, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey issued a proclamation to prevent law enforcement officers from removing tenants from their homes. It grants temporary relief from foreclosures and...