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Council Chairman Phil Mendelson Sided With Debt Collectors on Wage Garnishment Bill

Washington City Paper ● December 21, 2018

MVP: Latham & Watkins’ David Dantzic

Law360 ● December 5, 2018

Judge Keeps Pressure on DC in Food-Stamp Challenge

Courthouse News Service ● August 24, 2018

What Life Is Like—Still—In D.C.’s Public Housing

Washington City Paper ● August 16, 2018

Robust Eviction Data Can Keep Cities from “Designing Policy in the Dark”

How Housing Matters ● August 15, 2018

Judge says D.C. government delays are causing serious harm to food-insecure residents

Street Sense Media ● June 28, 2018

Homeless Advocates Say D.C. General Closure Should Be Delayed, But D.C. Officials Say Plan Remains On Track

WAMU ● June 25, 2018

Ben Carson’s plan to raise rent for poorest Americans would have ‘severe’ impact on District, experts say

The Washington Post ● June 19, 2018

D.C. Council Approves Credit Building Program

The Washington Times ● June 6, 2018

DC Ordered to Get Food-Stamp Program in Shape

Courthouse News Service ● June 1, 2018

DC’s Eviction Filings Are Down. Are High Rents to Blame?

Urban Institute ● May 31, 2018

Tenant Advocates Warn Of ‘Rollback’ Of Affordable Housing Law As D.C. Council Debates Changes

WAMU ● March 5, 2018

D.C. rapid re-housing: In need of improvement, or the end of the road?

Street Sense Media ● January 26, 2018
2017 Legal Aid in the News
2015 Legal Aid in the News

Protecting structured settlements in D.C.

Washington Post September 11, 2015

2013 Legal Aid in the News

Kirkland & Ellis takes legal work to SW D.C.

Washington Post April 21, 2013

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Legal Aid Lawyers Move Near Clients

Washington Post September 28, 2006

1994 Legal Aid in the News

Howard C. Westwood, Expert in Airline Law, 84

The New York Times March 21, 1994

Allan Fisher Dies

Washington Post September 23, 1994