PSLawNet Blog — a Great News Resource

I must give a shout out to the PSLawNet Blog, which does a great job of collecting and spreading a wide range of access to justice news.  They report on more news than my blog does.  Here, for example, is the just-sent-out list of what is on their end of week summary:

  • an AtJ commission formed in Illinois;
  • LSC funding cuts will wreak havoc in Puerto Rico;
  • the need for reform in Michigan’s indigent defense program;
  • pro bono patent work;
  • a Chicago law school gets HUD funding to smite housing discrimination;
  • Legal Aid of W. Virginia gets desperately needing funding from state AG;
  • bad news for the Public Defender Corps;
  • prosecutor layoffs in Sacramento?;
  • access-to-justice bonanza in the Treasure State;
  • 5 tips for fixing the civil justice system;
  • a Wake Forest Law clinic promotes rural economic development;
  • Alaska Legal Services Corporation opens its 11th office;
  • business is booming in an Oklahoma veterans court;
  • the June edition of LSC Update;
  • civil Gideon in San Fran.

Lots of good — and often, but not always, encouraging — stuff.

 

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I am deeply involved in access to justice and the patient voice movement.
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