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Staff Spotlight: Diane Trunk, Director of Evaluation

Former Managing Attorney Diane Trunk is now LACLJ's Director of Evaluation. This coincides with our push to build a more robust evaluation system to better measure and to maximize the impact of LACLJ's services. Get to know Diane and learn more about our evaluation work.

2020-12-08T17:57:54+00:00October 2nd, 2015|Staff|

Message from the Executive Director

At the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice (LACLJ), we are always challenging ourselves to think creatively about how to ensure legal services affect change in the lives of domestic violence and sexual assault survivors. Every client comes to us with different needs and goals, and our job is to help authentically move their interests forward.

2020-12-08T17:52:55+00:00October 2nd, 2015|Staff, Updates|

Law Clerk Sworn in at LACLJ

On July 30, LACLJ summer law clerk Alexander Perez was officially sworn in as an attorney by Administrative Law Judge José Tello at LACLJ's office. Alexander graduated from California Western School of Law in December and volunteered for 10 weeks in our Access to Justice program. He supported attorneys to conduct client interviews, draft motions and declarations, and provide court accompaniment.

2020-12-08T17:51:45+00:00August 10th, 2015|Volunteers|

Teen/LA expands outreach, bids farewell to Jesuit Volunteer

This year, LACLJ's Teen Legal Advocacy (Teen/LA) Program expanded its outreach and education to teens and young parents and to other service providers in the community. Education is crucial to ensuring that teens have the tools needed to navigate crisis situations such as domestic violence, sexual assault and high-conflict co-parenting.

2020-12-08T17:49:43+00:00August 10th, 2015|Outreach, Volunteers|
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