Current budget proposals ask for the elimination of LSC and PSLF, two incredibly important programs that are instrumental to ensuring equal access to justice.
This article, written by PILI Executive Director Michael Bergmann and PILI Program Manager Brent Page, originally appeared as a feature on www.americanbar.org.
This post is a response to the recent “DIY Divorce” article appearing in The Atlantic.
“As a director on PILI board, I hope to be able to make a difference in the lives of those in need by making access to legal services a priority.”
PILI is extremely grateful to the Lesbian and Gay Bar Association Foundation (LAGBAC) for new funding that will allow PILI to open three new summer Internship allocations in Summer 2019.
PILI is excited to welcome eight spring semester Law Student Interns who will work at public interest law agencies in Chicago during the spring semester.
This is a report on the Fall 2018 Interns including the type of work they did, the clients they served and their impact. It also includes evaluation data on their experience with PILI.
The renewed funding from this grant of $13,000 will fully fund two Law Student Interns.
PILI, with the support of our community, has made significant strides towards increasing equal access to justice this year. Please consider making a gift to support PILI’s work.
PILI is thrilled to announce that it has received a $15,000 grant from the Illinois Equal Justice Foundation (IEJF) to support PILI’s efforts to provide Self-Help Legal Assistance through several projects.