Law students providing legal services in rural areas

Rural Summer Legal Corps connects law students with low-income Americans living in rural communities.

Thirty law students are heading out across the country to provide legal services to low-income Americans living in rural communities. These students make up the inaugural class of the Rural Summer Legal Corps, a new program established by Legal Services Corp. (LSC) and Equal Justice Works. It is funded by private donations through LSC’s Campaign for Justice.

The Rural Summer Legal Corps program connects law students with civil legal aid organizations to address pressing legal issue

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