The Rodney Inn of Court hosted the Combined Campaign for Justice as the featured CLE presentation at their November meeting. The executive directors of each of the CCJ beneficiary agencies, Community Legal Aid Society (CLASI), Delaware Volunteer Legal Services (DVLS), and Legal Services Corporation of Delaware (LSCD) presented about the history of legal aid in […]
A recent Philadelphia Bar Association analysis recommended that the city invest $3.5 million per year to cover the cost of legal representation for low income tenants facing eviction in order to save $45.2 million in public costs associated with homelessness and displacement. The study found that between 2007 and 2016, 80 percent of landlords were […]
I have been passionate about social justice from a young age. I took some law classes in college, and decided that the best way to make my interest in social justice into a career was to go to law school to become a public interest lawyer. I became a legal aid advocate so I can […]
For more information about Delaware’s Combined Campaign for Justice, send us a message here.
The Combined Campaign for Justice does not provide any legal advice or representation. Our efforts go to helping retain and gain adequate for Delaware’s three legal aid programs.
Should you need legal assistance, click on https://delegalhelplink.org and complete the Legal Help Finder questionnaire for guidance on the best resources to help with your situation.