Legal Aid Center in the News
What can Ohio learn from other state guardianship programs?
February 24, 2019
Ohio Center for Investigative Journalism
Nevada addressed guardianship abuse after a fraud case drew national attention.
This and That in Court Tech
January 14, 2019
National Center for State Courts
Court Technology Bulletin
Following the eCourts Conference last month, I had the opportunity of visiting the Civil Law Self-Help Center at the Clark County Regional Justice Center in downtown Las Vegas along with some international friends. The office is conveniently located on the first floor of the courthouse near the entrance.
Law Office Corner
NACC the Guadian
Janice Wolf, Esq.
Picture being ten and watching your father being hauled off to jail in handcuffs. Your parents’ argument escalated from verbal to physical, and now someone has called the police. Your father is cursing, and your mother is crying and bleeding. They are both high on meth.
Kemp Jones & Coulthard inspires pro bono service & donates funds
Mona Kaveh & Kemp Jones Coulthard saw a need to inspire pro bono attorneys to take 45 foster youth (CAP) cases from Legal Aid Center’s waiting list. For each CAP case taken, KJC donated $1,000. The legal community stepped up and met the challenge in just 2 weeks! Thank you KJC for the generous donation & inspiring pro bono service.
New Debt Collection Ask-A-Lawyer Program begins in January 2019!
Do you need legal advice about a debt collection matter? If so, we are offering free attorney consultations monthly at the Civil Law Self Help Center located at 200 Lewis Ave. Please bring relevant paperwork and click here for more details.
Guardianship reform after investigation hits 4 year mark
January 10, 2019
ABC 13 KTNV Las Vegas
Driving change is our mission at KTNV because we want to elevate Las Vegas making it a safer place to live for everyone. We launched a years-long investigation into massive abuses against the elderly and disabled. Now we're ready to tell you about the results.
Bank of Nevada Receives Award of Excellence for Its Commitment to Legal Aid Services
January 8, 2019
Nevada Business Press
Red 7 Communications
Bank of Nevada has been recognized for its extraordinary efforts to support legal aid and pro bono services for Nevadans who might not otherwise be able to afford them.
Local family frustrated after renting homes with unfinished renovations
December 13, 2018
ABC 13 KTNV Las Vegas
A valley woman says she's out around $3,000 between her deposit and first months rent after renting a property she says was unlivable.
Nevada guardianship reform goes to Washington Local advocate testifies before Special Committee
November 29, 2018
13 Investigates has revealed exploitation of our most vulnerable citizens in a years-long special report on horrific abuse in the guardianship system.
Titus, Buckley, Schieve to lead Sisolak’s transition to Nevada governor
November 26, 2018
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Nevada Gov.-elect Steve Sisolak fleshed out the leadership of his transition team Monday, naming U.S. Rep. Dina Titus as chair and two others as co-chairs: former Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley and Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve.
60 Aniversario de Servicios Legales de Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
En “Clínica jurídica probono”
October 31, 2018
Unas cien personas de escasos recursos económicos y con preocupaciones legales pudieron hablar con un abogado y recibir consejo, durante un evento gratuito, hace unos días, patrocinado por la agencia Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada.
After 2017 shortcomings, advocates prepare to push for new consumer protections on payday loans
October 21, 2018
The Nevada Independent
For most people, taking out a loan with a 652 percent interest rate would be unthinkable. But for thousands of Nevadans short on rent or needing cash, that’s the average interest rate placed on loans granted at ubiquitous high-interest, short term lenders such as MoneyTree, Dollar Loan Center or TitleMax.
'Ask-a-Lawyer' event provides free legal help for Las Vegas
October 18, 2018
3 News Las Vegas
An upcoming "Ask-a-Lawyer" clinic will provide free legal help to the Las Vegas community later this month.
Las Vegas family battling CCSD over their daughter’s customized wheelchair
October 16, 2018
3 News Las Vegas
A local family is fighting the Clark County School District over their 6-year-old daughter’s medical equipment.
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