Bay Area Legal Aid

Bay Area Legal Aid
Bay Area Legal Aid is listed in the Legal Consultants category in Redwood City, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Bay Area Legal Aid which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bay Area Legal Aid on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

Contact information for Bay Area Legal Aid is:
539 Middlefield Rd
Redwood City, CA 94063
(650) 358-0745
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Do you know someone who needs help with unpaid traffic tickets and suspended driver's license? Get help this Wednesday 3/29 in Richmond before the final amnesty deadline on 3/31. Learn more here: Thanks to our co-hosts: Reentry Success Center and Rubicon Programs Inc.
Bay Area Legal Aid is offering East Bay residents help clearing up old traffic fines.

RT @margarethagan: Alex Gulotta of @BayLegalJustice talks about how powerful and necessary legal aid lawyers are for people's security #LSC…

This week #BayLegal Attorney Juliana Fredman spoke with KQED about the impact of high-interest consumer loans. If you missed the radio interview, you can read about how these predatory loans trap consumers in debt.
The bill aims to end triple-digit interest rates for borrowers. Non-bank lenders argue more regulation will cut off credit for low-income consumers.

Last year, Bay Area Legal Aid gave 60,000 people a fighting chance out of poverty. Read more about how Legal Aid funding impacts our community.
Legal aid groups prepare for loss of federal funds Legal aid organizations across California are bracing for what could be a devastating financial blow following the release of the Trump administration’s draft budget last week. Alongside its call to halt government spending to the National Endowment...

Wondering how California's Public Benefits programs help low-income clients avoid hunger and homelessness? Learn from expert #BayLegal attorneys Kendra Amick, Robert Capistrano, Abby Herzberg, Tiffany Huyenh-Cho, Lisa Newstrom, Joanna Parnes, Maya Watts, Steve Weiss, as well as our esteemed colleagues at Western Center on Law & Poverty and the Public Interest Law Project. Next Thursday, March 23 at 9 am.
PLI Seminar: California Public Benefits: The Basics for Nonprofit and Pro Bono Advocacy 2017 Faculty: Bay Area Legal Aid attorneys Kendra Amick, Robert Capistrano, Abby Herzberg, Tiffany Huyenh-Cho, Lisa Newstrom, Joanna Parnes, Maya Watts, and Steven Weiss, as well as our esteemed colleagues at Wes...

RT @sfoewd: We want to help SF residents get back their drivers licenses @BayLegalJustice @lccrbayarea @SFSuperiorCourt…

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RT @EJW_org: Congratulations to former Fellow & current Board member, @JuliaRWilson of @OneJusticeOrg - she is 1 of 6 @IrvineFdn Innovators…

RT @impactfund: Thank you @JuliaRWilson & @IrvineFdn for making the #RuleOfLaw a reality for low-income rural californians!…