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The Legal Aid Association of California (LAAC) is the statewide membership organization for the almost 100 nonprofits funded through IOLTA (Interest on Lawyer Trust Account) grants by the State Bar of California. Capitalizing on its structure as a membership organization, LAAC naturally takes on the role of advocating on behalf of this group of nonprofits. LAAC facilitates communication and coordination between programs, trains in core substantive areas, analyzes best practices, and assesses and improves the effectiveness of the delivery of legal aid in California, including working strategically to support rural and small programs and meet the needs of under-served populations.

Meet the 2015 Dan Bradley Fellows!

LAAC is proud to introduce the 2015 recipients of the Dan Bradley Fellowship - Kaitlin Toyama and Bianca Dueñas. The Dan Bradley Fellowship funds outstanding law students who are spending their summer working at a LAAC member program on a rural project or in a rural area. 

Kaitlin Toyama

Kaitlin Toyama is a student at UC Hastings and is spending her summer at California Rural Legal Assistance in Modesto. She is working on the Community Equity Initiative and is interested in clean water issues. She is looking forward to empowering rural communities to effectively participate in the legal system to achieve safe and healthy environments.







Bianca Dueñas

 Bianca Dueñas is a student at UC Davis and is spending her summer at California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation in Sacramento. She is interested in immigration law and will spend time this summer educating rural communities on impact of the executive actions and recent immigration law developments.


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