University of Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh and LSC leaders discuss what LSC’s new Justice Gap Report reveals about the availability of civil legal help for low-income Americans on the latest "Talk Justice" episode.
University of Michigan Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh and Legal Services Corporation (LSC) Board Chairman John Levi discuss LSC’s new Justice Gap report on the latest episode of LSC's “Talk Justice” podcast released today. LSC President Ron Flagg hosts the conversation which examines the staggering difference between the civil legal needs of low-income Americans and the resources available to meet those needs.
Members of Congress and leaders from the legal and business communities will join the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) on Thursday, April 28, for the release of The Justice Gap: The Unmet Civil Legal Needs of Low-income Americans. The report examines the nation’s “justice gap” – the difference between the civil legal needs of low-income Americans and the resources available to meet those needs.
The presidents of the ABA and the LSC sit down on the latest episode of LSC's “Talk Justice” podcast to discuss the historic partnership between their organizations and new efforts to bolster legal aid and pro bono.
American Bar Association (ABA) President Reginald Turner and Legal Services Corporation (LSC) President Ron Flagg discuss their organizations’ historic relationship on the latest episodeof LSC's “Talk Justice” podcast released today.
Wisconsin Judicare, Inc. is seeking a full-time tax attorney to serve clients in northern Wisconsin. The position is based in the beautiful Northwoods of Wisconsin in the city of Wausau. Applicants willing to work remotely in or near the service area are encouraged to apply.
Wisconsin Judicare, Inc. is a non-profit organization funded by the federal Legal Services Corporation, the Wisconsin Trust Account Foundation, and other state, local and federal grant sources. Wisconsin Judicare provides civil legal services to low-income persons in the northern 33 counties of Wisconsin, as well as Native Americans statewide. Wisconsin Judicare's mission is to provide legal assistance to those who otherwise cannot afford it and our vision is equal justice for all.
Wisconsin Judicare Inc. currently employs almost 40 staff including 18 attorneys that practice in our Civil and Indian law units. We also emphasize the use of pro bono and Judicare compensated private attorneys to serve clients across Northern Wisconsin.