March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Facebook, Fenwick & West and the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County announced their renewed commitment to affordable healthcare clinics.
What does LAS stand for?
LAS stands for Legal Aid Society
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We have 328 other meanings of LAS in our Acronym Attic
- Launch Area Supervisor
- Launch Auxiliary System
- Law Alumni Society (various schools)
- Law and Society (various schools)
- League of Arab States (Alabama)
- Learning Assessment System (various organizations)
- Least Acceptable Settlement (negotiation)
- Left Analog Stick (game controllers)
- Legal Abuse Syndrome
- Legal Advisory Service (various organizations)
- Legal Assistance Scheme (UK)
- Legislative Action Summit (hospitality industry)
- Lepidoptera of Asia
- Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Library Access System
- Library Automation Service (various locations)
- Library Automation System
- Lietuvos Automobilininku Sajunga (Lithuanian: Lithuanian Automobile Association)
- Life Administration Services (various locations)
- Life after School (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
9780874620672 Equal justice; a history of the legal aid society of Milwaukee.
The Legal Aid Society sued the City and State of New York, claiming that the portion of the 1981 consent decree giving Legal Aid access to enforcement and monitoring records required the city to notify Legal Aid whenever the city sent residents a sanction notice.
org and The Legal Aid Society, lawyers and law firms do not offer free or low-cost legal assistance.
In November, the National Legal and Policy Center, a watchdog group based in Falls Church, Virginia, charged that funds from a $171,000 grant from the September 11th Fund to the Legal Aid Society of New York were being used to provide free legal assistance to Arabs detained after the attack on immigration violations.
However, if the young person or his parents do not retain a lawyer privately and the young person wishes to have a lawyer, a Youth Court Judge will refer the young person to the Legal Aid Society of Alberta.
The attorneys who obtained the special legislative act to fund a Legal Aid bureau with filing fees and who incorporated the Legal Aid Society remember the creation of an organization as personal and special.
To further the cause of legal control, a branch of the Legal Aid Society was established at Hull House.