Today’s blog post is a look at resources around the Web. What services exist for those in need of civil legal aid? Who is working in Texas and across the nation to provide these services, and what can be done to further their cause? What alternatives to traditional legal aid already exist and which efforts are most successful? Do law schools, legal clinics, and incubator programs have a role to play? How can technology be employed to help self-represented litigants navigate the justice system? And what is driving this increasingly dire need for legal services to the poor? What can be done to help?
The Harris County Law Library has compiled this brief list of resources to help answer these questions. We invite you to explore the topic further. We will update this list with subsequent blog posts in the near future, making sure to provide the latest coverage about this growing area of concern.
Organizations - Texas
Organizations - National
Recent Media Coverage
Recently Published Reports