Read about LSC Reporting Requirements

All grants and grant recipients must submit reports and other information to LSC. The following chart details those reporting requirements for all Reporting Requirements including the Case Service Reporting, Grantee Activity Reporting, PBIF Reporting, and TIG Reporting Requirements. Click below on each of the headings to be taken to respective pages.

Table of Major Reporting Requirements

This document lists requirements for submitting reports and other information to Legal Services Corporation.

Other Reporting Requirements

Other services are defined as non-case services or matters under 45 C.F.R. § 1620.2(b) and 1635.2(b). Through other services reporting, legal aid organizations collect data on legal services provided to the low-income community other than services provided as part of the work performed on accepted cases.

Case Service Reporting

Case Service Reporting provides key definitions and responses to frequently asked questions regarding case management systems, reporting requirements, documentation requirements, types of case services, referrals, case definitions and closure categories, legal problem code categories and codes, private attorney involvement cases, and transitional questions.

Grantee Activity Reporting (GAR)

The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) Grantee Activity Report (GAR) is the largest and longest-running data collection effort on civil legal aid in the United States.

TIG Reporting Requirements

 TIG awards are also subject to TIG Grant Assurances found on the TIG Compliance page. See also the TIG Reporting section under Grantee Guidance for information on:


PBIF Reporting Requirements

All grantees are required to submit reports and other information to LSC. Pro Bono Innovation Fund grantees have additional reporting requirements that must be submitted to LSC by the due dates provided as part of the acceptance of the award.