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Register now to hear how four legal services organizations receiving Legal Services Corporation Pro Bono Innovation Grants plan to expand pro bono legal services for low-income clients, how their funded projects will address challenges in current pro bono delivery systems, and how to replicate similar solutions to meet the civil legal needs of low-income individuals in your communities.
Expert faculty will discuss:
- Adam Heintz, Legal Services NYC: Litigating housing conditions cases through an efficient “study group” model with law firms and corporations.
- Maggie Niebler-Brown, Legal Action of Wisconsin: Onsite pro bono at technical and community colleges to improve educational and employment outcomes for low-income students.
- Peter Hoffman, Legal Services of Eastern Missouri: Creating a community-driven pro bono ecosystem to address urban blight.
- Tallulah Knopp, Volunteer Lawyers Project of the Boston Bar Association: Court-based pro bono collaboration with legal aid, the state attorney general, and community based organizations to promote economic fairness for low-income consumers and workers.