WASHINGTON? Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will join jurists from West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania at a forum in Pittsburgh hosted by the national Legal Services Corporation (LSC) on Monday, October 21, in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Courtroom, 801 City-County Building, 414 Grant Street.
WASHINGTON ? In recognition of extraordinary commitment to equal justice, the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) Board of Directors will present its Pro Bono Service Award to five attorneys; the Pittsburgh Pro Bono Partnership; the firm of Rieders, Travis, Humphrey, Harris, Waters & Waffenschmidt; and the Westmoreland Bar Foundation on Monday, October 21. The awards ceremony will take place at 5:30 p.m. at the offices of K&L Gates, 210 Sixth Ave. in Pittsburgh.
WASHINGTON ? John G. Levi, chairman of the Legal Services Corporation Board of Directors and a partner in the firm of Sidley Austin LLP, was inducted into the 233rd class of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences on October 12, in Cambridge, Mass.
The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) today announced grants to four legal aid organizations in New York and New Jersey to provide mobile resources, technology, pro bono assistance, and other services to help victims of Hurricane Sandy address civil legal issues resulting from the superstorm.
Socorro residents are suing the city over summer flooding, seeking at least $200,000 in damages. Thirty Socorro residents, represented by Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, are arguing that structures built to prevent flooding in the Valley Ridge subdivision redirected rains … Continue reading →
Were homes in Socorro intentionally flooded to save another neighborhood? That’s the allegation made by those filing a lawsuit. Residents argue an earthen dam along Stockyard Street was diverted after Storm 2006. They claim this was done to keep the … Continue reading →
Son 30 los residentes de Socorro que presentaron una demanda contra la Ciudad alegando que sus viviendas se inundaron intencionalmente y que sufrieron serios daños después de las fuertes lluvias que se presentaron el pasado mes de septiembre. Los demandantes … Continue reading →
A group of about 30 people filed a lawsuit against the city of Socorro, asking for between $200,000 and $1 million in damages from flooding in September. “Our area has been neglected completely by the city not providing any type … Continue reading →
Socorro residents are suing the city over summer flooding, seeking at least $200,000 in damages. Thirty Socorro residents represented by Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid are arguing that structures built to prevent flooding in the Valley Ridge subdivision redirected rains … Continue reading →