Law Center Updates

Law Center speaking at Penn Law’s 2014 Sparer Symposium

Amy Laura Cahn will speak about the role of online activism in social and political movements at the Edward V. Sparer Symposium hosted by the University of Pennsylvania Law School on November 14, 2014.

Law Center Joins Campaign for Fair Education Funding

The Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia joined The Campaign for Fair Education Funding, which formally launched on October 6.

Law Center invited to the 2014 PA Convention of the NFB

Independence Foundation Fellow Julie Foster has been invited to present at the 2014 Pennsylvania Convention of the National Federation of the Blind in State College, PA.

Annual Report 2013

Civil Rights 50 Years Later — Still fighting for equality.

Law Center Welcomes Kevin Harden and Rayman Solomon

Law Center adds members to the ex-officio and advisory boards.

PA NAACP to Receive Thaddeus Stevens Award

The Law Center is pleased to announce that the Pennsylvania State Conference of NAACP Branches will be awarded a 2014 Thaddeus Stevens Award at the Law Center’s Celebration of Civil Rights on Tuesday, October 14th.

Law Center Receives Grants from United Way and The Hassel Foundation

We are pleased to announce support from the United Way and The Hassel Foundation for our education and health care programs, respectively.

Philly students need you. Call City Council now!

Contact Philadelphia City Council and let them know that School District of Philadelphia students deserve $55 million more.

Law Center Welcomes Phillip Wilson

The Law Center welcomed a new member to its Board of Directors, adding Phillip E. Wilson, Jr. in May.

Sonja Kerr Testifies on Language Access

Sonja Kerr testified at a City Council hearing on Resolution No. 130782, which calls on the Committee on Labor and Civil Service to hold hearings on increasing access to city services to immigrant and language-minority populations.

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