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In California, the advocates who signed onto the letter include the California Reinvestment Coalition, Housing and Economic Rights Associates, Advocates for Neighbors, Affordable Housing Services, Causa Justa::Just Cause, CCISCO, Fair Housing Federation, Fair Housing of Marin, Greenlining Institute, Korean Churches for Community Development, Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, Project Sentinel, Vallejo Neighborhood Housing Services, Community Housing Development Corporation of North Richmond, Community HousingWorks, Fair Housing Council of the San Fernando Valley, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, Neighborhood Housing Services of the East Bay, and Community Economics.
Sharon Neville is a lawyer with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles who was at the 2003 UNLV meeting.
Legal morass Munger Tolles & Olson, a law firm that is working pro bono, and the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles have warned the women's landlord that he cannot simply refuse to accept Section 8 checks, then evict them for nonpayment.
The case began when the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles sued the state on behalf of a Los Angeles grandmother who was denied payments to care for her grandson.
recently received the 2006 Access to Justice Award from the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA).
The Grand Cru is an international wine competition and culinary experience created and hosted by the Long Beach office of the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) to raise funds in support of programs and services for low-income citizens who meet federal poverty guidelines.
Attorney Peter Ramirez with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles argued in court that a landlord can't do anything legal with the personal information.
As part of the award presentation on April 21, the firm will donate $5,000 to the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA).