The Legal Service Corporation’s new vice president for legal affairs and general counsel Will A. Gunn discusses his new position and his legal and military experience in an episode of LSC’s “Talk Justice” podcast. LSC President Ronald S. Flagg hosts the conversation.
LSC's new vice president for legal affairs and general counsel Will A. Gunn discusses his new position and his legal and military experience in an episode of LSC’s “Talk Justice” podcast released today. LSC President Ronald S. Flagg hosted the conversation.
Five state attorneys general, Department of Justice officials and other leaders from the legal community will join the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) on Tuesday, July 20, at 1 p.m. ET for a forum on the access-to-justice challenges confronting low-income Americans.
LSC launched the LSC Eviction Laws Database on July 14, 2021, an online tool that will aid users in better understanding the significant variation in eviction laws across the country and the effect these differences have on eviction outcomes.
LSC released a research brief examining the impact of different eviction protections offered to renters. LSC also launched its Eviction Tracker, an interactive online tool that provides real-time access to data on eviction filings around the country.
Will A. Gunn, former general counsel for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and retired Air Force colonel, has been elected to the position of vice president for legal affairs and general counsel.
LSC is asking Congress for an appropriation of $1.018 billion in its 2022 FY budget request. This request responds to the surge in demand for civil legal services caused by COVID-19’s impact on low-income communities, in addition to the continuing lack of adequate resources to provide civil legal assistance to the millions of Americans eligible for LSC-funded services.