The Legal Aid Society Board of Directors presents …
the Equal Access to Justice Award Luncheon
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
The Legal Aid Society’s Equal Access to Justice Award Luncheon supports the critical legal services LAS provides for more than 13,000 clients across Chicagoland, and celebrates the pro bono contributions that make our services possible.
Sean Martin and Baxter
Your involvement directly benefits clients like Bianca, whose experience with LAS’s Domestic Violence team demonstrates the critical importance of legal aid services.
|“I didn’t know where to go, what to do, who to talk to,” shared Bianca in a conversation with her attorney, Elizabeth Koziol, during the 2020 Equal Access to Justice Award Luncheon. “You were my superwoman, you came in and saved the day. You were patient with me, you listened to everything I had to say, you understood what was going on. You said no, that’s not fair, you don’t deserve that.”|
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LAS provides quality legal representation to victims of human trafficking and other crimes, including domestic violence, abused and exploited seniors or disabled adults, homeowners in foreclosure, tenants faced with unlawful eviction and victims of financial exploitation and consumer fraud. Today LAS impacts more than 12,000 people each year.
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