The Public Interest Law Center is hiring a Director of Development and Communications.
The Law Center is pleased to welcome our 2019 slate of Ex Officio board members.
The Public Interest Law Center is seeking applications for a community organizer to ensure low-income families in Philadelphia are able to live and thrive in safe, healthy, and affordable rental homes. The organizer will work to ensure a voice for communities in combatting uninhabitable housing, unresponsive landlords, discrimination in Landlord-Tenant Court, and all too frequent evictions that create poverty and trauma, and can leave families homeless.
The Public Interest Law Center is seeking applications for a staff attorney to ensure that low-income families in Philadelphia are able to live and thrive in safe, healthy, and affordable rental homes.
The Public Interest Law Center and co-counsel Arnold & Porter received the 2018 Innovation in the Rule of Law and Access to Justice Award from Financial Times on December 10 at the North America Innovative Lawyers Awards, recognizing the firms for their successful challenge to partisan gerrymandering in Pennsylvania.
We are sad to report the death of our former colleague, Frank Finch III, on Tuesday, October 16th. The Law Center was fortunate to have such an exemplar of the spirit of justice on its staff and as an outstanding member of its community of alumni.
The Law Center is pleased to welcome Dana Trexler to its Board of Directors. She was elected by the board at their October meeting. Dana Trexler is a Partner in the Financial Advisory Services Group at EisnerAmper, with 20 years of experience. She provides expert witness services in intellectual property litigation and complex commercial litigation. […]
On July 30, the Public Interest Law Center, partnering with pro bono counsel from Blank Rome LLP, filed an amicus brief in the Superior Court of Pennsylvania in Sherman McCoy v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The case concerns an appeal by Mr. McCoy, a person with an intellectual disability (ID) who received a mandatory sentence of […]
The Law Center is pleased to welcome Katherine Hatton to its Board of Directors. She was elected by the board at their August meeting. Katherine Hatton is vice president, general counsel and secretary of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She was drawn to the foundation by its mission-driven approach to social change and focus on […]
The Public Interest Law Center is seeking a web developer experienced in Django to complete an update of Grounded In Philly, a unique map-based tool for community gardeners and others who wish to return vacant land to productive use. See complete request for proposals here. Background Through our Garden Justice Legal Initiative, we provide legal, […]