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SLLS only offers civil legal representation in Louisiana.
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Next SLLS Board Meeting:
9/6/17 in New Orleans. Location and time details to be announced.
Our Katrina Donors
“We are trying to overcome a devastation of biblical proportions. The help we’ve received from volunteer lawyers, law students, and others has lifted our spirits and let us know we are not alone in this battle.” -- Mark Moreau, Co-Executive Director of Southeast Louisiana Legal Services at the time of Hurricane Katrina
In the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Southeast Louisiana Legal Services (then also known as the New Orleans Legal Assistance Corporation or NOLAC) received significant donations of time, talent, and financial support from law firms, bar associations, law schools, foundations, and other organizations. We are eternally grateful for their help in a time of unprecedented need for our clients. We would like to acknowledge them below. Please accept our apologies for any omissions.
The Advancement Project
American Bar Association
The American Lawyer
Connecticut Bar Organization
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
Entergy Power of Hope Fund
Frommer, Lawrence & Haug LLP
Grantmakers in Aging
Iowa Bar Foundation
Iowa Bar Association
Jenner & Block
Kelly, Drye & Warren LLP
King & Spalding LLP
Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Latham & Watkins LLP
The Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law
Legal Services Corporation
Legal Services of North Louisiana
Louisiana State Bar Association
Louisiana Bar Foundation
Louisiana Disaster Recovery Foundation
Louisiana Office of Community Development
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Minnesota State Bar Foundation
Mississippi Center for Justice
National Housing Law Project
Neighborhood Legal Services Association
New York Bar Foundation
New York Community Trust
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Student Hurricane Network and all participating law schools
United Way of Southeast Louisiana
University of Houston Law Center