Tag Archives: Disaster Law

After the quake, the revelation


I have to be honest.  I was puzzled and more than slightly annoyed by the effort on the part of several American institutions to encourage “international pro bono.”  Why, I wondered, are we expending precious resources jetting off to South … Continue reading

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Thoughts while the dehumidifier hums


A disaster is just another opportunity to incur debt. This morning’s news broadcast gushed that the disaster could be good for the economy!  I’m so happy. So, has credit been loosened for low and modest-income households for all that, as … Continue reading

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Would you watch?


I’m working with some folks to start a weekly 30 minute interview program on pro bono and legal services issues.  We’ll post the videos online.  The interviews will cover substantive poverty law topics, law practice and pro bono issues.  The … Continue reading

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Disaster legal services webinars on the horizon


The State Bar of Georgia Pro Bono Project, the Georgia Legal Services Program and the State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyers Division will broadcast disaster law trainings in August and September. The 1-hour CLE-accredited webcasts will be free to Georgia … Continue reading

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