New York City’s Housing Court at 40: Interview with Judge Margaret Cammer – 844-292-1318 New York legal aid

The extended interview given by Judge Margaret Cammer, former Supervising Judge for Civil Court in Kings and New York Counties, retired Civil Court Judge, and former Legal Aid Attorney for the New York City’s Housing Court’s 40th anniversary. The interview was conducted by current Housing Court judges. On March 11, 2013 the Association of the Housing Court Judges, The Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy at NYU, and the New York City Bar Association held a conference called “New York City’s Housing Court at 40: Controversies, Challenges and Prospects for its Future”.

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Unequal Justice: Housing Court in Massachusetts – 844-292-1318 Massachusetts legal aid

Lack of funding forces civil legal aid programs in Massachusetts to turn away 64% of eligible residents who seek their services for civil legal issues related to housing, employment, health care, education, family law and domestic violence, among others. Tens of thousands of low-income people must navigate the civil court system without legal representation, which can have catastrophic effects on child welfare, health, employment, and family safety and stability.
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An overview of the delivery of civil legal aid in Massachusetts, produced for the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation’s Annual Meeting
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