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General Information: What is LSC? The U.S. constitution guarantees access to a lawyer when someone is accused of a crime. But, there is no constitutional right to an attorney when someone faces a...
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LSC awarded 26 Technology Initiative Grants (TIG) to 24 legal services organizations in 21 states for a total of $3,884,257. Among the 26 funded initiatives are projects that enhance online self-help...
Current Funding from Congress 1 $410,000,000 Inflation-Adjusted Funding Necessary to Match LSC’s Largest Appropriation of $420 million in FY 2010 2 $476 million (2018 dollars necessary to match 2010...
The demographic information listed below is based on special tabulations of the American Community Survey (2014 ACS 1-year Estimates). These tabulations were done by the Census Bureau to conform to LSC legal service areas. This data will be updated annually as new survey data becomes available.
LSC grantees are independent nonprofit organizations and hire their own staff. Grantee staff members are not employed by LSC and are not government employees. LSC implements a full-time equivalent (FTE) workforce calculation that is closely aligned with definitions used by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Internal Revenue Service.
LSC distributes funds to independent nonprofit organizations. These grantees hire their own staff, who are not employed by LSC and are not government employees. LSC implements a full-time equivalent (FTE) workforce calculation that is closely aligned with definitions used by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Internal Revenue Service. The FTE calculation considers all staff who work 35 hours/week or more for the entire year a single FTE. For staff who work less than 35 hours/week or less than a full year, their time is counted as a percentage of a full-time employee.
This dashboard provides more detailed information related to private attorney involvement. Please note, data is only available for LSC Basic Field grantees.
LSC requires its Basic Field grantees to spend at least 12.5% of their Basic Field funding on Private Attorney Involvement (PAI) to encourage the involvement of private attorneys in the delivery of legal assistance to eligible clients. On a national level, the ratio of compensated to uncompensated attorneys accepting case referrals of LSC grantees has remained relatively consistent over the past five years. However, as a whole, PAI has decreased slightly over this period of time. States vary in their private attorney involvement strategies. Some may rely more heavily on compensated attorneys than on Pro Bono attorneys. This dashboard provides data related to PAI, but please note, the data is only available for LSC Basic Field grantees. Data shown reflects the number of attorneys accepting referrals, which is the number of attorneys engaged in active casework.
This dashboard presents state and grantee-level information related to case closures of LSC grantees. This dashboard also presents cases closed by subcategories, as well as, the type of attorney involvement.

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