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Legal Aid Disaster Resource Center

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Legal Aid Disaster Resource Center “ LADRC.org will serve as a national, multi-partner site to effectively meet the civil legal needs of disaster survivors. The site targets several audiences, including pro bono attorneys and other volunteers, legal aid attorneys, and disaster survivors. The website includes training materials, templates, and presentations on various disaster-related issues, sorted by legal […]

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Worker’s Rights Clinic

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CCLS and LAAW Present: The Central California Worker’s Rights Clinic 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM Clinic is held every third Tuesday of the Month from 5:30-7:30pm except in December. Pre-register for this virtual clinic by calling our Legal Advice Line at (800) 675-8001 Clinic helps workers with problems such as: · Minimum wage and overtime […]

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Celebrating Lindsay McCoy

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In Honor of Black History Month Celebrating Lindsay McCoy Executive Secretary I was fortunate and blessed to grow up in a stable, God-fearing home – it was through our faith and hope that we would come out ok. Living while Black, there was always some issue, some insult, some hardship thrown our way. But our faith […]

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COVID-19 Utilities Updates

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Free Utilities Information & Services Informacíon Gratis y Servicios Prevent your electric and gas from being shut off due to past bills If you’re enrolled in the CARE Program you may be eligible to reduce your past due balance Do you have past due electric & gas bills up to $8,000? Would you like to […]

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Project First Step

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Project First Step Attorney Training – Free MCLE Domestic Violence Protection Act Restraining Orders & Limited Scope Representation Attorneys and Legal Professionals: Join us on Zoom for a 4-hour training on Domestic Violence and Limited Scope Representation. Get prepared to assist victims in court through Project First Step. Panelists from the Fresno Superior Court, Central […]

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Virginia Salmeron retires after 50 years at CCLS

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Virginia Salmeron retires after 50 years at CCLS An interview on Channel 21 with long-time employee Virginia Salmeron and her daughter. Disclaimer Your use of this website, including posting comments will not create an attorney-client relationship. You should neither act nor refrain from acting based on information obtained from this site. None of the information […]

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Celebrating Bao Thao

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Celebrating Bao Thao In honor of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month May 2020 My parents were farmers who lived in the mountains of Laos. We lived a happy life until we were forced to flee our village. We were one of the last families to leave because my parents didn’t want to leave […]

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Summer Newsletter 2019

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Summer Newsletter 2019 Our summer newsletter features honorees for our 2019 Champions of Justice Reception and honors two long-time employees who are retiring. Your use of this website, including posting comments will not create an attorney-client relationship. You should neither act nor refrain from acting based on information obtained from this site. None of the […]

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National Ice Cream Month

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National Ice Cream Month 2019 On July 16th, CCLS celebrated National Ice Cream Month! The Fresno office had locally owned Ampersand Ice Cream, the Merced office had Cold Stone Creamery, and the Visalia office had Baskin Robbins. It was so great to share a cold treat on such a hot day! Your use of this […]

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