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Davis Polk was among the honorees at The Legal Aid Society s Pro Bono Publico Awards on October 8, 2014.
Florida Rural Legal Services and Lee County Legal Aid Society provided the public with information about pro bono services for those in need of more extensive free legal assistance.
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.
The district court dismissed the complaint, finding that the detainee failed to state a [section] 1983 conspiracy claim against a legal aid society, which had sent three successive attorneys work with the detainee.
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.