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October 15, 2014
This past summer, Housing Works came to VOLS seeking pro bono assistance to challenge a landlord's refusal to clients of HASA, a New York City agency that provides rent subsidies to low-income people living with HIV. Read more
October 1, 2014
Working through VOLS' School-based Children's Project, Hughes Hubbard pro bono attorneys stopped a landlord from evicting an Essex Street Academy student and her family from a rent-stabilized apartment after the student's grandmother, the primary tenant, passed away. Read more
September 22, 2014
The VOLS Microenterprise Project is currently seeking a motivated Marketing and Communications Intern to help strengthen the project's communication and fundraising strategies. Read more
September 18, 2014
School-Based Clinics: Partnerships to Assist Families and Children, is an excellent article by Brenna DeVaney, Pro Bono Counsel, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and Claire Ja Read more
September 17, 2014
Last week, Alex Ryley, Director of VO Read more
August 18, 2014
Bill Lienhard, VOLS' Executive Director, was featured recently in the Pro Bono Institute's PBEye, as part of the Pro Bono Institute's "Why Do Pro Bono?" series.  Read more
August 1, 2014
Guests Enjoying the celebration at Galerie Lelong Read more
July 30, 2014
"Arguing this case was by far the most rewarding (and challenging) experience of my summer.  I never imagined that as a summer associate, I'd be able to work closely with a client, argue in front of an ALJ and even cross-examine opposing witnesses.  This p Read more
July 25, 2014
VOLS thanks our two law student summer interns and wishes them well! Jocelyn Valenzuela is working with Elizabeta Markuci on the Immigration Project and Tess Keppler worked with Dave Fillingame on the Unemployment Insurance Advocacy Project. Get to know them below: Read more

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