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Monday, May 4, 2020

The American Bar Association 's Disaster Legal Services program has teamed up with legal technology company Paladin to launch a pro bono portal that allows attorneys across the country to volunteer...
Landlords across the country are anticipating fewer people will be able to pay rent in May than April . With more than 43 million rental households in the US, landlords are increasingly aware of...
The city of Los Angeles has passed a couple of local emergency measures to try to thwart evictions, and it’s giving renters time to pay back any rent payments they might miss during the outbreak...
On May 1, The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland was awarded $2.25 million by the Cleveland Foundation to support housing stability for low-income and vulnerable people. The new funds from the Cleveland...
The Access to Justice Commission and two legal services agencies announced this week that free legal aid is available to assist low-income people with civil legal needs like family law, housing, and...
On Friday, people protested in front of the Governor's Mansion asking state leaders to cancel rent and not have evictions during this COVID-19 crisis. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson addressed...
Not long after L.A. County reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases on Friday, Davon Brown decided he was done putting himself at risk. He went to The Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles. Joined by...