Retired NLSLA Executive Director Neal Dudovitz was honored in the Congressional Record by U.S. Representative Adam B. Schiff, who commended Dudovitz for his years of service and called him “a […]
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An NLSLA lawsuit seeking to enforce the rights of U-visa petitioners and demanding that immigration authorities make good on Congress’ promise to keep them safe will move forward, despite the […]
In the aftermath of changes to federal law that redefine who is considered a “public charge”—or taxpayer burden—in the eyes of immigration officials, NLSLA has significantly increased its efforts to […]
The National Center for Medical Legal Partnerships awarded the Whole Person Care LA Medical-Legal Community Partnership – a collaborative of legal services groups led by NLSLA, in partnership with the […]
Paul Loh didn’t spend much time thinking about public interest law when he was making his way through law school. Loh, who now serves as NLSLA’s board president, grew up […]
Earlier this month, NLSLA’s Deputy Director Yvonne Mariajimenez, who will take the helm as executive director in September, was invited to speak at the American Bar Association’s Annual Meeting in […]
NLSLA celebrated the opening of its new San Gabriel office in El Monte, with a special ribbon cutting ceremony that included elected officials, community leaders, board members and staff. The […]
John B. Major, a litigator in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson, has joined NLSLA’s Board of Directors. “I wanted to serve on a board that was […]
Outgoing Executive Director, Neal Dudovitz was honored for his decades of service to low-income communities at the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors meeting of July 30. “For more than 40 […]
As Neal Dudovitz retires and Yvonne Mariajimenez becomes director, NLSLA reflects on its legacy expanding access to justice in Los Angeles, and looks to a bright future. After 25 years […]