LSC Announces Availability of Competitive Grant Funds for Service to Native Americans Living on Choctaw Indian Reservation

LSC announces the availability of competitive grant funds for the provision of a full range of civil legal services to Native Americans who reside on the Choctaw Indian Reservation in Mississippi, which encompasses the counties of Jones, Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Noxubee, Scott, and Winston. Click... Continue reading >

Tech Summit Spurs Ideas for Expanding Access to Justice

LSC convened the 2012 Summit on the Use of Technology to Expand Access to Justice on June 21-22 in Silver Spring, Md. Nearly 50 participants – including technology experts, academics, private practitioners, representatives of legal services programs, courts, and governmental and business... Continue reading >

Northwest Justice Project Releases New Resource for Helping Veterans

The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) has released a new resource: Representing Washington Veterans: Basic Legal and Cultural Concepts . "The spectrum of veterans’ services and referrals in Washington State at the federal, state, county, and local levels is overwhelming for even the most... Continue reading >

Justice Department Official at White House Event Applauds LSC Cooperation in New Elder Abuse Project

At a White House event today commemorating World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Deputy U.S. Attorney General James M. Cole called civil legal aid “a missing link” in the effort to protect older Americans. “Legal services programs have a unique opportunity to prevent and remedy elder... Continue reading >

Read the Latest Issue of LSC Updates

A new issue of our electronic newsletter, LSC Updates , is now available. Contents include: White House and LSC Co-Host Forum on the State of Civil Legal Assistance LSC 2013 Funding: House Passes $328 Million; Senate Subcommittee Approves $402 Million LSC Board and Pro Bono Task Force Meet in DC... Continue reading >

Northwest Justice Project's TIG-Funded Knowledge Management System

In 2011, LSC awarded Northwest Justice Project (NJP) a Technology Initiative Grant (TIG) of $92,350 to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of its client services through the development of a secure, enterprise-level knowledge management system. The result of this investment is NJP’s... Continue reading >

Notes from Hackcess to Justice 2014

Hackcess to Justice 2014 is underway at Suffolk University Law School. Allen Pusey (the Editor/Publisher of the ABA Journal ) welcomed everyone and introduced the keynote speaker for the event, LSC President Jim Sandman. Jim emphasized to everyone how important efforts such as these for reaching a... Continue reading >