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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

LACLJ is committed to advocating on behalf of the nearly 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men who have experienced some form of sexual assault. A lawyer can be a valuable advocate for survivors of sexual assault. In LACLJ’s Teen/LA program, attorneys help young survivors come up with solutions to the challenges they may face in their everyday lives after an assault.

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Attorney Spotlight: Angela Turner

ANGELA TURNER Attorney, Teen/LA Program What is sexual assault? Sexual assault is any sexual contact that occurs without consent. It includes things like voyeurism, exhibitionism, sexual harassment, forced oral sex and rape. It doesn't always involve physical force;...

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Attorneys advocate for free legal services for immigrants

LACLJ is committed to providing high quality and free legal services to immigrants who have suffered significant violence and trauma. On March 21st, LACLJ stood with other attorneys and community partners to protest the lack of free legal representation for immigrants facing deportation.

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Law Rocks 2016

An epic battle of the bands fundraiser, Law Rocks stars legal professionals rocking to benefit local nonprofits in cities across the globe. LACLJ is thrilled to be featured as one of six benefiting charities in this year’s Law Rocks Los Angeles concert at the historic Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood! Attractive Nuisance, featuring legal talent from Allen Matkins and Payne & Fears, will rock to support LACLJ on Night 2 of Law Rocks Los Angeles.

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Attorney Spotlight: Arianne Wang

ARIANNE WANG Attorney, Teen/LA Program What unique issues do young people face that may be different from adults? Young people manage many of the responsibilities of older adults, but without the same level of experience or resources. Everything is relatively new and...

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Appeal published after teen client is denied protective order

Beverly is a young mother and a survivor of dating violence. She came to LACLJ through our Teen/LA program when she was 18 with her infant child. The father of her child had inflicted physical and mental abuse on her during their relationship and continued to threaten her after they broke up. Beverly feared for her and her child’s safety because of the batterer’s controlling behavior, so she sought a permanent restraining order.

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