Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network, Inc. supports a number of differnent divese groups. Resources are available through PLAN, Inc. for:
Follow the links provided for more detailed infomation on the Resources available to each group.
Recently Posted PLAN Resources
|11/15/2013 - 2:21pm||2013 PA Legal Aid Network Housing Law Training||The Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network Housing Law Group presented its 2013 PA Legal Aid Network Housing Law Training on November 19, 2013 in Harrisburg, PA. Materials from the program are available at the links below:|
|11/13/2013 - 1:53pm||What the Public Interest Lawyer Should Know about Employment Law||What the Public Interest Lawyer Should Know about Employment Law This webinar was presented on November 13, 2013 by Sharon Dietrich, Managing Attorney of the Employment Law Unit at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia. This webinar was inteneded for legal aid and other public interest lawyers who do not practice employment law. It will give you a basic grounding on employment law as it affects low income people in 60 short minutes.|
|11/06/2013 - 10:24am||2013-2014 Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) - Pennsylvania Advocates Manual||Produced by the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project 118 Locust Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101. Harry S. Geller, Esq.and Patrick M. Cicero, Esq. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Pennsylvania Advocates Manual. It has been developed and produced by the Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP) for use by members of the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network and others who assist low-income individuals.|
|07/09/2013 - 11:16am||Report of the Civil Legal Justice Coalition to the Pennsylvania State Senate Judiciary Committee||The Pennsylvania Civil Legal Justice Coalition is a statewide coalition of bar leaders, representatives of the public interest legal community, and other key stakeholders that was formed to work collaboratively on exploring and implementing strategies to improve access to justice and address the growing crisis in unmet civil legal services needs of low-income Pennsylvanians.|
|01/29/2013 - 9:28am||Debit Card Program for Unemployment Compensation Benefits||Pennsylvania has announced significant improvements to the debit card program that Treasury uses to disburse unemployment and workers’ compensation payments that will become effective in March 2013. The program is estimated to save Pennsylvanians $5.2 million per year in transaction fees. The National Consumer Law Center is also rating the new system highly and has released a report, available below, that announces that the PA debit card program will be one of only 3 in the...|