Trainings From: Los Angeles Center for Law & Justice (LACLJ)

LACLJ has four core program areas: domestic violence, legal services teenage and young adults struggling with abuse and difficult co-parenting matters, immigration services to victims of interpersonal violence and unaccompanied minors, and advocating for access to justice. Founded in 1973, LACLJ has provided legal advocacy to low-income and primarily immigrant and Latino populations in Los Angeles for over 40 years. In its early years, the organization played a historic role on a range of social justice issues related to racial discrimination, police brutality, school desegregation, and the illegal involuntary sterilization of Latina women.