legal aid

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legal aid

a means-tested benefit in the form of financial assistance for persons to meet the cost of advice and representation in legal proceedings
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Although the primary duty of the committee is to review proposed legal services plans submitted by fellow members of The Florida Bar in order to ensure plans are in compliance with Ch.
4) He frames the issue of funding for civil legal services powerfully:
Steven Murray, course leader for Law, said: "I am delighted that the HN Legal Services course has been accredited and formally recognised as a professional qualification as we look towards a new era of legal teaching in Scotland.
Legal Services Commission Wales Director, Marland House, Cardiff
Legal Services of North Florida in Tallahassee, Tallahassee, $1,310,486.
Neighborhood Legal Services will celebrate its grand opening, 11:30 a.
Still, as co-chair of the Legal Services Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ACCJ), he is an active proponent for unrestricted freedom of association between bengoshi and gaiben.
What we're talking about is a lot of vendors who would like to provide legal services and expand their businesses.
6045(f) was added to the Code by Section 1021 of the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 (TRA '97) and requires the information reporting of gross proceeds paid in the course of a trade or business to attorneys in connection with legal services.
Months later, as they were discussing how the legal odds seemed stacked against them, friend introduced them to Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc.
Conservatives say the restrictions are necessary to keep legal services focused on the day-to-day legal needs of the poor--fighting unfair evictions, appealing denial of welfare benefits, and handling child-custody cases.
The Legal Services Corporation, the National Organization for Women, and the American Civil Liberties Union charged into court.

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