• View Archives

  • View Categories

NPR: Legal help for the poor in 'state of crisis'

From National Public Radio:  Nearly 50 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that people accused […]

Belafonte preaches to the choir at Legal Aid's 100th gala

From Maryland Legal Aid board member Erek Barron, Esq., in the Daily Record: “The Maryland […]

Legal Aid's Centennial Celebration

Hot off the press: A 32-page supplement in today’s Daily Record about Maryland Legal Aid’s […]

Internationally renowned artist Josee Nadeau in Baltimore for Legal Aid's 100th celebration

Josée Nadeau is an internationally renowned artist, whose impressionistic style and larger-than-life paintings grace the […]

Md. Access to Justice Commission supports "civil Gideon"

The Maryland Judiciary announces in a press release: “A ‘civil right to counsel,’ also referred […]

New York's judiciary seeking big expansion of civil legal aid

New York’s chief judge will propose a $100 million increase in state financing for lawyers […]

Another housekeeper alleges 'slave-like' mistreatment by Dickerson family

Another woman has  stepped forward claiming she was cheated out of thousands of dollars in […]

Top New York judge calls for 'civil Gideon'

New York’s chief judge called on Monday for a new guarantee of a lawyer for […]

D.C.'s imperiled safety net: legal aid groups

Today’s Washington Post ran an editorial urging the D.C. government to reconsider a 40-percent reduction […]

Sun: Funding fee increases "eminently sensible measure"

Today’s Baltimore Sun features two items on civil legal services: a front-page story (with a […]