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Technology: Not the Complete Solution but An Important Part of It

1.17.2019
LSC President Jim Sandman was interviewed by Roger Smith, Law, Tech & A2J blogger, on supporting technological innovations that increase access to justice for thousands of low-income Americans. Since 1999, LSC has been leading the charge by hosting technology summits dedicated to bringing... Continue reading >

Notice of LSC Board Meeting, January 17 - 19

1.8.2019
Due to a lapse in federal appropriations, the Federal Register is not publishing routine documents, including Sunshine Act notices. The upcoming meeting of LSC’s Board of Directors and its Six Committees is scheduled Thursday, January 17, through Saturday, January 19. The notice linked below... Continue reading >

LSC to Livestream Innovations in Technology Conference

12.20.2018
Can't make LSC's Innovations in Technology Conference ? LSC will be livestreaming several sessions throughout the conference on LSC's Facebook page . Below is the livestream schedule. All times are Central Standard. LSC's Innovations in Technology Conference Livestream Schedule Tuesday, January 8 4... Continue reading >

Rural Summer Legal Corps Fellow on the Value of the Program to Her Legal Career

12.13.2018
The Rural Summer Legal Corps (RSLC) is a privately funded initiative that connects law students with legal aid programs in the common pursuit of better addressing the civil legal needs of rural communities. In partnership with Equal Justice Works, LSC selects about thirty of the nation’s most... Continue reading >

Video: Jim Sandman delivers speech at Legal Aid Society of Cleveland's 112th Annual Meeting

11.27.2018
Legal Services Corporation President Jim Sandman speaks at Legal Aid Society of Cleveland's 112th Annual Meeting. Video of 303080922 Continue reading >

Rural Summer Legal Corps Fellow on Her Summer of Service

11.12.2018
The Rural Summer Legal Corps (RSLC) is a privately funded initiative that connects law students with legal aid programs in the common pursuit of better addressing the civil legal needs of rural communities. In partnership with Equal Justice Works, LSC selects about thirty of the nation’s most... Continue reading >

Legal Aid of West Virginia Law Fellow Shares His Experience in Legal Aid

10.29.2018
The Rural Summer Legal Corps (RSLC) is a privately funded initiative that connects law students with legal aid programs in the common pursuit of better addressing the civil legal needs of rural communities. In partnership with Equal Justice Works, LSC selects about thirty of the nation’s most... Continue reading >

Rural Summer Legal Corps Fellow Recounts Her Summer of Service

10.19.2018
The Rural Summer Legal Corps (RSLC) is a privately funded initiative that connects law students with legal aid programs in the common pursuit of better addressing the civil legal needs of rural communities. In partnership with Equal Justice Works, LSC selects about thirty of the nation’s most... Continue reading >

LSC Opioid Task Force to Hold First Field Hearing

10.4.2018
More than two million Americans are living with an opioid-related substance disorder. A wide range of civil legal issues are linked to such disorders, including issues of child custody/guardianship, health benefits, domestic violence, housing, employment, and child abuse and neglect. LSC's new... Continue reading >

Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan's Domestic Violence Bill Becomes Law

9.5.2018
President Trump signed into law today a bill created by Senator Dan Sullivan that will expand the current Alaska program encouraging pro bono assistance to victims of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault. Sullivan's "POWER Act" requires chief judges across the country to hold events... Continue reading >

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