A year ago today, the U.S. Gulf Coast was once again thrown into crisis. At approximately 9:45 p.m.
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Federal aid for college is being cut by leaps and bounds – or rather, by LEAP and Byrd. In his budget request
This week we are going to take a more in-depth look at the long term fiscal consequences of being burdened with a large amount of educational debt.
It is law school admissions season and while current law students worry about passing their upcoming final exams, would-be law students are fretting - and sweating - over where to make seat deposit
This is a guest post by Equal Justice Works Fellow Maria Sfreddo.
The University of Chicago Law School made a huge splash earlier this month when it announced its revamped Loan Repayment Assistance Program
A number of articles have appeared in the press in recent weeks about students graduating with advanced degrees, mortgage sized-debts, and few job prospects to pay it back.
At the New Haven Legal Assistance Association, Inc., Summer Corps Member Nora Grais-Clements utilized her bilingual skills to help Hispanic vulnerable populations.
This is a guest post from Equal Justice Works Fellow, Adetunji Olude. Adetunji works at Housing and Economic Rights Advocates in Oakland, California.
Working with Interfaith Legal Services for Immigrants for three months last summer, Jessica Mayo was able to get 60 clients access to the legal help they needed.