Legal Aid Center in the News
Foster children in Nevada face judicial system along, underrepresented
August 06, 2018
Nevada Public Radio
Elliot Brittan was 17 when he entered the foster care system in Nevada. He had grown up in the care of his grandparents, and after their deaths, he was forced into a system he knew nothing about.
Foster parent applicants rarely denied
August 20, 2018
Reports of child abuse and endangerment in Clark County have increased by double-digit percentages or close to it in each of the last four years.
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Indy Q&A: Legal Aid director and former Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley
July 22, 2018
The Nevada Independent
Life after legislative leadership has meant different things for the recent generations of Nevada political leaders, from running for a new office, to lobbying contracts with lucrative clients, to simply fading away into retirement or private life.
Valley lawyers volunteer to help foster kids
June 18, 2018
Fox 5 KVVU-TV
Separating from parents is typically the first hurdle many foster kids go through, they also have to go through court proceedings; oftentimes without any legal representation.
As Legal Aid Center turns 60, it pushes to endow its future
June 18, 2018
Resiliency Center offers help to 1 October victims who receive unsolicited lawyer ads
May 23, 2018
Bank of Nevada Recognized For Support of Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
May 25, 2018
Bank of Nevada was recently recognized for its extraordinary efforts to help increase the availability of legal aid services for those who are unable to afford it.
NV Foster Children Deserve Representation in Court
July 2, 2018
The Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada wants to find attorneys for every Clark County child in foster care.
Parents to be fined for letting kids play unsupervised at Las Vegas extended stay
March 28, 2018
A Las Vegas mom says her extended-stay apartment is being unfair and may even fine parents over some new rules involving children.
New NV Hotline to Report Abuse by Court-Appointed Guardians
March 13, 2018
After a rash of high-profile cases, a brand new hotline has just been established for Nevadans to report abuse or neglect by court-appointed guardians.
Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Offering Support In Florida Shooting
February 15, 2018
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is offering support to 1 October survivors affected by the mass shooting that happened on Wednesday at Parkland High School in Florida.
Financial Advisors Provide Pro Bono Advice to October 1 Las Vegas Survivors and Victims’ Families
February 6, 2018
Fiduciary, fee-only advisors from around the country today volunteered free financial advice to Las Vegas Tragedy survivors and victims’ families.
1 October Survivors Urged To Fill Out Online Form
February 8, 2018
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is encouraging anyone who was present during the 1 October mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival or affected by it to fill out an online intake form posted on its website.
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