“Litigating with Paper Clips and Rubber Bands”

On May 11, 2011 the Daily Journal ran an article authored by Harriett Buhai Center Executive Director Betty Nordwind, Harriett Buhai Center Advisory Council Chair Judy Forman and her associate Terry Steen. The article discusses the state of legal services for the poor in California and the struggle low-income litigants, like the Center’s clients, face.

Due to California’s current economic conditions, demand for the Harriett Buhai Center’s services continues to grow as California has only 1 legal aid attorney for every 7,000 poor persons. For the full article click here

Thank you to Judy Forman and Terry Steen for their help in highlighting the need for free legal services.