PLC, as Orange County’s pro bono law firm works with over 1500 volunteers to provide free legal services.
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Twitter: @publiclawcenter
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Primary geographic focus: Southern California, Southwestern California
Organization Type: Provider
LAAC Membership Type: Members
Lists: IOLTA-Funded, IOLTA Field Programs
Tags: Asian/ Pacific Islander, Consumer Protection, Domestic Violence, Family, Health Care, HIV/AIDS, Housing: Homelessness, Immigration, Medical-Legal Partnerships, Pro Bono, Veterans

Now in its 33rd year of service, PLC’s 35 staff members work with over 1,500 Orange County lawyers, paralegals, law students and other volunteers annually to provide free civil legal services, including: counseling, individual representation, community education, and strategic litigation and advocacy to challenge societal injustices.

Public Law Center


News Story

Advocates Warn of Spike in Fraud as Immigrants Fear Deportation Under Trump

Thy Vo
Voice of Orange County: Investigative News Agency
January 11, 2017
As California immigrants brace themselves for a new presidential administration, legal aid and civil rights advocates have reported an increase in predatory immigration scams throughout the state.

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Court: Huntington Beach can’t remove hundreds of low-income units from housing plan

Greg Mellen
The Orange County Register
November 19, 2015

News Story

Judge lets challenge to Costa Mesa motel law proceed

Jeremiah Dobruck
Daily Pilot
May 13, 2015
Orange County Superior Court Judge Sheila Fell denied the city of Costa Mesa's motion to dismiss a lawsuit challenging a ban on most long-term stays in motels.

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