Civil Legal Aid in the United States: An Update for 2015
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The National Report for the United States (US) for the International Legal Aid Group (ILAG) consists of two parts: Part I is an update to previous national reports covering the period from June of 2013 through December of 2015. Part II is a longer Background Part that includes details about the US system.
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