When Esteban Rodriguez first arrived at Stanford Law School, he felt “like a fish out of water.” “A lot of the students came from very privileged backgrounds. They were predominantly […]
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Rob Spawn is not your typical volunteer. An expert witness with a long career in wealth management, Spawn had never been asked to help in a legal aid case before. […]
When Ramona* reached out to NLSLA, she had just left an abusive marriage and was working as a home health aid to support her two children. Then the virus arrived, […]
In the midst of a years-long housing crisis, guest units – also known as “granny flats” – have offered low-income tenants an affordable housing option. Many tenants who rent out […]
Before Andrea Tozer joined NLSLA’s Board of Directors, she took on several pro bono cases for the organization, representing immigrants who were the victims of violence. One of those cases […]
Since efforts to contain the pandemic effectively shut down the California economy in late March, more than 1.3 million Los Angeles County residents have become unemployed. Among them is Henry, […]
The impact of the novel coronavirus on the communities we serve is just beginning to surface, and we know that, for people living in poverty, the worst is yet to […]
Dear Friends: We are, at this moment, a nation in anguish. The pain and anger bringing people to the street in demonstrations across the country was sparked by police brutality, […]
Homeowner and consumer advocates call on local entities statewide to follow the County’s lead and protect vulnerable homeowners from predatory financing scheme LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – May 19, 2020 – Bet […]
Doug Smith, a litigator with Mayer Brown, joined NLSLA’s Board of Directors this month, after decades of pro bono contributions that have earned him numerous prestigious awards. Smith has always […]