Category Archives: Clients

Winter Plan Roundtable: Rough Season Ahead for Families and Youth

Today, Councilmember Jim Graham, Chair of the Committee on Human Services, is holding a public oversight roundtable on “The Winter Plan: Protecting the Lives of Homeless People in the Winter of 2013-2014.” You can tune in to the roundtable here.  … Continue reading

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Reflections of a Washington Legal Clinic Fellow

Written by Tamika Hawkins, Legal Clinic summer law fellow and rising 3L at Howard University School of Law. She couldn’t have been a day over 25. As she sat on the cement steps of the Family Resource Center on N … Continue reading

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When Will The Arc Bend Towards Justice For DC Kids?

Just days ago marked the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stood at the Lincoln Memorial and delivered his “I Have A Dream Speech,” ushering in an era of massive progress in the … Continue reading

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Why We Need More Legal Services Lawyers

Written by Shaina Lamchick, a Legal Clinic summer law clerk and rising 2L at American University, Washington College of Law. I cannot count the number of times I was told by family members and strangers alike to avoid law school … Continue reading

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Tenant Town Hall Recap: No More Mold

In a standing room only auditorium at the District’s All Souls Unitarian Church Saturday, District residents met with DC housing agencies, legal service providers and non-profit organizations for the 6th Annual Tenant Town Hall, where residents voiced their demands for … Continue reading

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