In response to cuts of $1 billion from funding for basic education in Governor Corbett’s proposed budget, the Law Center has joined with the Philadelphia Education Fund and twelve other advocacy groups calling on state officials to maintain strong funding for Pennsylvania school districts.
Friday, May 11th, 2012
The Law Center is pleased to welcome a new group of ex-officio members to our Board of Directors!
The Law Center is pleased to welcome Jeffrey S. Moller, Aneesh A. Mehta, and Rachel Gallegos to our Board of Directors!
In September 2011, attorney and long-time community organizer Amy Laura Cahn joined the Law Center to launch the Garden Justice Legal Initiative, an effort to provide pro bono legal support, advocacy, and policy research to community gardens and urban farmers in Philadelphia’s communities of color, immigrant and refugee communities, and historically disinvested neighborhoods. The initiative […]
At its March 2011 meeting, the Board of Directors of the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia elected Eric Rothschild to serve a term as Board Chair, and the Board elected Brian T. Feeney to serve as its Vice Chair. Mr. Rothschild is a partner at Pepper Hamilton LLP and a member of the firm’s […]
The Law Center is pleased to welcome Carlos S. Montoya and Joseph W. “Chip” Marshall, III to our Board of Directors. Mr. Montoya currently serves as Assistant General Counsel at ARAMARK Healthcare, and has also worked at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP and clerked for the Honorable Gene E.K. Pratter. He is joining the Law […]
In April, 2011 a sign was placed in Ned Wolf Park, located at the corner of Ellet and McCallum Streets, to commemorate the life and work of Edwin (Ned) C. Wolf, the Law Center’s first Executive Director. The park, located in Philadelphia’s West Mt. Airy neighborhood, was posthumously dedicated to Ned in 1979. The placement […]
DEP hears from Eddystone residents Delco Times, December 14, 2010 Take a stand. Speak up. Insist on being included in the discussion. Philadelphia Public School Notebook, October 11, 2010. What’s our message? Philadelphia Public School Notebook, September 30, 2010 Big names in education in town Thursday Philadelphia Public School Notebook, September 28, 2010 Pennhurst attraction […]
Medicaid suit focuses on physicians’ pay Florida Herald-Tribune, November 1, 2009 Florida Doctors Challenge Low Medicaid Pay amednews.com, December 28, 2009 Adjudicating School Reform Center for American Progress Blog, September 21, 2009 Judge sides with LMSD, Concerned Black Parents will appeal federal judge’s decision in racial discrimination lawsuit Main Line Times, September 3, 2009 Casino’s […]