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April 23, 2010

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Rich Cassidy

Bar leaders not only wrote to Congress, last week, nearly 300 of them went to Washington to press the ABA agenda on access to justice issues in person.
More funding for LSC is an issue, but so is reauthorization of the LSC, as is easing restrictions on the kind of representation legal aid lawyers can offer indigent clients.
ABA day in Washington is covered in more detail in my blog, On Lawyering.

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