The Law Center is pleased to announce that the Pennsylvania State Conference of NAACP Branches will be awarded a 2014 Thaddeus Stevens Award at the Law Center’s Celebration of Civil Rights on Tuesday, October 14th.
We are pleased to announce support from the United Way and The Hassel Foundation for our education and health care programs, respectively.
Contact Philadelphia City Council and let them know that School District of Philadelphia students deserve $55 million more.
The Law Center welcomed a new member to its Board of Directors, adding Phillip E. Wilson, Jr. in May.
Sonja Kerr testified at a City Council hearing on Resolution No. 130782, which calls on the Committee on Labor and Civil Service to hold hearings on increasing access to city services to immigrant and language-minority populations.
The Law Center’s executive director will be honored with the 2014 Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Special Achievement Award for her dedication and commitment to the Access to Justice Coalition.
The Law Center added a new member to its Board of Directors, welcoming in David Caputo in April. Mr. Caputo is a partner at Kline & Specter, where his practice includes catastrophic injury litigation and representing individuals pursuing claims under the federal False Claims Act and IRS and SEC whistleblower programs.
For the first time in Pennsylvania, the state has required a school district to provide a student with two independent educational evaluations, as well as Orton-Gillingham services, which are specialized instructions for teaching students with dyslexia.
Executive Director Jennifer Clarke will present on Tuesday, May 13, 2014, at the PBA Pro Bono Seminar: Making a Difference 2014, as part of a panel titled, “From Senate Hearings to An Access to Justice Commission.”
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