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Letter from David A. Super, Professor of Law to Marlene H. Dortch, Secretary of the Federal Communications Commission
The availability of Lifeline cellular telephone service is extremely important to low income people for many reasons. Today, however, telephone access is clearly insufficient. As more and more governmental, economic, and ...
Gideon at 50, Part II - Redefining Indigence: Financial Eligibility Guidelines for Assigned Counsel
This 50-State Survey of Financial Eligibility Guidelines for Assigned Counsel documents how states decide who is “too poor” to hire a lawyer. The survey looks at how states define “indigency” and whether or not that ...
Brennan Center for Justice Collection (Coll. 21)
This collection largely comprises publications and papers but also includes job announcements, newsletters and annual reports.
Blossom Athey Collection (Coll. 18)
This collection contains a reprint from Howard Westwood from the Howard Law Journal; correspondence with Navajo leader Peter MacDonald; a pamphlet from the Navajo Reservation's DNA's People Legal Services (DNA is an anagram ...
Georgetown Law Journal, Vol. 12 (1923-1924)
(The Georgetown Law Journal Association, 1923)
Nancy Albert Goldberg Papers (Coll. 028)
The Nancy Albert Goldberg Papers consist of two series. The first series includes papers from the task force of the National Advisory Commission, which were used to propound rules and guidelines for Legal Defense Systems. ...
National Legal Aid and Defender Association Records (Coll. 23)
Scope and content note: The NLADA collection came to the NEJL in several accessions and covers the time period from about 1975 until 2005. Most of the processed materials document the work of the Legal Services Corporation, ...
State Bar of California Collection (Coll. 30)
This collection contains reports, pamphlets, conference materials and newsletters related to several regional legal services programs throughout the United States.
Entering Class of 1970
Georgetown Law Journal, Vol. 24 (1935-1936)
(The Georgetown Law Journal Association, 1935)