The LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA is D.C.'s oldest and largest civil legal services organization. Since 1932, Legal Aid lawyers have been MAKING JUSTICE REAL — in individual and systemic ways — for persons living in poverty in the District.
The latest from Legal Aid’s blog, www.MakingJusticeReal.org
The Connection Between Health and Wealth: Recent Report Highlights the Impact of Medical Debt on Black Families
By Zenia Laws and Alexis Christensen, posted on Apr 21, 2022
Legal Aid Announces its First Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
By Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, posted on Mar 04, 2022
An Unemployment Victory for One Client Could Mean Fewer Hurdles for Many More Moving Forward
By Megan Moffett, posted on Feb 16, 2022
ENROLLMENT IS OPEN FOR THE 2021 CAPITAL PRO BONO HONOR ROLL!
By Jodi Feldman, posted on Feb 03, 2022
Remembering Volunteer Staff Attorney Jim Springer
By Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, posted on Feb 01, 2022
Remembering Legal Services and Pro Bono Leader Mark Herzog
By Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia, posted on Nov 23, 2021