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HLAB files amicus brief on child support in successful appeal to SJC

26 April on News

For the student attorneys at the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, the nation’s oldest legal services organization, a victory in court is always a reason to celebrate. But recently, HLAB student...

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24 April on News

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Bureau Experience: Disability Benefits

05 March on News

By Ceilidh Gao ’13       My Bureau moment happened in my first year, when I won disability benefits for my client James*. James had a history of severe...

Bureau Experience: Wage and Hour

05 March on News

By Andrew Kincaid ’13 Student attorneys in the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau have the opportunity, in addition to their primary practice areas, to represent workers in wage and hour disputes...

Case Spotlight: Hague Convention Petition

05 March on News

This fall, HLAB had the opportunity to represent a party litigating a Hague petition, cases in which a left-behind custodial parent alleges that a child was taken from the child’s...

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05 March on News

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Bureau’s fight against foreclosure featured in The Nation

05 February on News

“Sam, Marielle and Avis knock on the door of the Thetford Avenue house they have identified as being at risk of foreclosure. A young African-American man answers. Sam, businesslike, introduces...

National Conference: Community Responses to the Foreclosure Crisis

05 November on News

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 18, 2011 Contact: Sam Levine Telephone: (617) 495-4408 Email: salevine@jd12.law.harvard.edu SECOND ANNUAL COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO THE FORECLOSURE CRISIS CONFERENCE DRAWS MORE THAN 150 PARTICIPANTS FROM 20 STATES...

Bureau student helps fight evictions in Florida

05 September on News

Alana Greer, a housing student at the Bureau, spent the Winter Term at Florida Legal Services Community Justice Project researching private market, low-income tenants’ experiences during the eviction process and...