Founded in 1965, NLSLA serves Los Angeles County and is one of the largest and most prominent public interest law offices in California.
Organization Website

Twitter: @NLSLA
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Primary geographic focus: Southern California, Southwestern California
Organization Type: Provider
LAAC Membership Type: Members
Lists: LSC Grantees, IOLTA-Funded, IOLTA Field Programs
Tags: Benefits, Consumer Protection, Domestic Violence, Health Care, Housing: Discrimination, Housing: Eviction, Housing: Foreclosure, Housing: Landlord-Tenant, Immigration, Medical-Legal Partnerships
Acronym or short name: NLSLA

Founded in 1965 as part of the nation’s War on Poverty, NLSLA is now one of the largest and most prominent public interest law offices in California. NLSLA specializes in areas of the law that disproportionately impact the poor, including housing, public benefits, healthcare, immigration, family law, and workers’ rights, providing free assistance to more than 100,000 individuals throughout Los Angeles County.

Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA)


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Lawsuit blames transport giant LogistiCare for missed appointments and injuries suffered by Medi-Cal patients

Soumya Karlamangla
Los Angeles Times (LA Times)
June 22, 2017
Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles sued LogistiCare, which provides transportation for Medi-Cal patients.

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After 30 years as a homeless shelter, the former Fiesta Motel in North Hollywood comes down

Doug Smith
Los Angeles Times (LA Times)
July 5, 2016
Valley Shelter represents the 30-year evolution of how we as a society have responded to homelessness.

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More people are being illegally billed for charges not paid by Medi-Cal

Lisa Zamosky
Los Angeles Times (LA Times)
September 18, 2015
As illegal healthcare billing practices increase, call volumes double at California legal aid offices.

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A Big Test for Janet Yellen: Stop the OneWest-CIT Merger

Peter Dreier
Huffington Post
June 19, 2015
Community and legal aid groups ask Janet Yellen to halt a takeover of Pasadena-based OneWest Bank due to reckless lending practices and improper use of government subsidies.

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Man posing as attorney lied to immigrants seeking legal help

Kate Linthicum
Los Angeles Times (LA Times)
June 2, 2015
Jesus Lozano has been repeatedly taken before the court and ordered not to provide legal services, and continues to violate court orders.

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Victims of fake San Fernando Valley immigration lawyer due restitution

Los Angeles Daily News (LA Daily)
March 18, 2015
Jesus Lozano, who was practicing immigration law without a license, will be forced to pay restitution to his victims.

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