(Some grantees listed here do not have websites.)
Advocates for Children
Albany County Bar Association
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
Association of the Bar of the City of New York Fund, Inc.
Bronx Defenders (The)
Brooklyn Bar Association
Capital District Women's Bar Association
Catholic Charities Community Services of the Archdiocese of New York
Center for Disability Advocacy Rights (CEDAR)
Center for Family Representation
Central American Legal Assistance
Central American Refugee Center (CARECEN NY)
Empire Justice Center
Erie County Bar Association
Farmworkers Legal Services
Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society
Housing Conservation Coordinators
International Institute of Buffalo
Lawyers Alliance for NY
Legal Action Center
Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo
Legal Aid Society (NYC)
Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York
Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY
Legal Aid Society of Rochester
Legal Aid Society of Rockland County
Legal Assistance of Western New York
Legal Services for New York City
Legal Services for the Elderly, Disabled or Disadvantaged of Western NY
Legal Services of Central New York
Legal Services of the Hudson Valley
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
Long Island Advocacy Center
Make the Road New York
MFY Legal Services
My Sister's Place
Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Committee
National Center for Law and Economic Justice
Neighborhood Legal Services
New York Community Trust
New York County Lawyers Association
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest
New York Legal Assistance Group
New York State CASA Association
New York State Dispute Resolution Association
Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp.
Onondaga County Bar Association
Partnership for Children's Rights
Partnership for the Homeless
PRO BONO Net
Pro Bono Partnership
Queens Volunteer Lawyers Project
Resources for Children with Special Needs
Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc.
Rural Law Center of New York
Sanctuary for Families
The Door - Center for Alternatives
Urban Justice Center
Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County
Volunteers of Legal Service
Westchester Hispanic Coalition
Western New York Law Center
Worker's Rights Law Center of New York
A joint project of the National Association of IOLTA Programs and the ABA Commission on IOLTA, this site is a clearinghouse for information about IOLTA programs all over the country.
The American Bar Association's IOLTA Page
This site contains information about the activities of the ABA in support of legal services to America's low-income population. The site discusses the ABA's efforts in the areas of affordable legal services, IOLTA, lawyer advertising, lawyer malpractice, lawyer referral, legal aid, military legal assistance, prepaid legal services, pro bono, and specialization. It also lists recent developments in the legal services field, upcoming events, and the Division's quarterly magazine.
ACLU Immigrants Rights Project
Working through litigation, legislation, and community education the ACLU's mission is to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in the country by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection
The Lawyers' Fund was established in 1982 to provide reimbursement to law clients who have lost money or property as a result of lawyer's dishonest conduct in the practice of law. The Lawyers' Fund is a remedy for law clients who cannot get reimbursement from the lawyer who used the loss, or from insurance or other sources.
Legal Services Corporation
LSC, is the single largest provider of civil legal aid for the poor in the nation. LSC promotes equal access to justice and provides grants to civil legal assistance providers in the Americas. LSC distributes more than 95 percent of its total funding in 136 independent nonprofit legal aid programs with more than 900 offices that provide legal assistance to low-income individuals and families throughout the nation.
Management Information Exchange
Site may be used to gather and exchange information for the management of legal services programs. The public can use this site to learn about MIE and its services and publications.
National Legal Aid & Defenders Association
NLADA's web site provides information about the organization's civil and defender legal services, member services and benefits, training events, annual conferences, government relations, and latest news. It also lists useful links to external legal services news and information sources.
The Poverty Law Resource Center
The Poverty Law Resource Center is a service of the National Clearinghouse for Legal Services. It provides poverty-related case reports, legal hotline technical assistance, research links, discussion forums on various poverty-related topics, and access to the Poverty Law Archives
The Project for the Future of Equal Justice
The Equal Justice Network site provides information about the Project's training calendar, policy papers, legal services delivery research, technological advances, software reviews, and other innovations in the field of civil legal services. The Network also maintains a free national legal services employment listings database, categorizing jobs by location and application deadline.
The University of Michigan School of Law Public Service JobNet
The JobNet is a free national public interest employment database available to anyone interested in entering or changing careers in the public interest/legal services community. Jobs are categorized by location, practice area, job eligibility, and job type.
(updated October 22, 2015)