20 June 2017, Posted in: Our Work
The following article ran in Maine Voices Portland Press Herald on 6/21/17.
The independent state agency is out of money, and it’s the poor of Maine who will ultimately suffer. BY WILLIAM ROBITZEK,* SPECIAL TO THE PRESS HERALD
BRUNSWICK — Anyone who can’t afford a lawyer gets one appointed for them, right? No, not right.…
7 June 2017, Posted in: Our Work, Press Release
Maine Civil Legal Services Fund Commission:
Announcement of Applications for 2018 and 2019 and Notice of Public Meeting.
The Maine Civil Legal Services Fund Commission will make funding determinations for eligible civil legal service providers for 2018 and 2019 on the basis of written applications. The Application Packet is available on any of the following …
5 June 2017, Posted in: Uncategorized
Last Tuesday Maine’s champions for civil legal aid celebrated the contributions of Bill Harwood, the 2017 honoree at the annual Muskie Access to Justice Dinner. Bill has in the course of a 38-year legal practice represented hundreds of low-income Mainers pro bono, helped put in place key recommendations of Senator Muskie’s Commission on Legal Needs, …
1 June 2017, Posted in: Press Release
The Board of the Maine Justice Foundation invites all Bar Fellows to a special reception at the Summer Conference of the Maine State Bar Association.
Drinks and hors d’oeuvres 5:00PM – 6:00PM, Thursday, June 22, at Sugarloaf Mountain, Carrabassett Valley; Narrow Gauge room on the 2nd level of the main lodge.
Welcoming remarks by …