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.

Resources for Clients Resources for Legal Aid Providers Resources for Legal aid Advocates Resouces for Pro Bono Advocates

Recently Posted PLAN Resources

Post date Title Description
12/18/2012 - 8:35am Civil Legal Aid Research - A online repository of civil legal aid research, curated by NLADA and funded by the Public Welfare Foundation. The purpose of this site is to allow for access to civil legal aid research in one location. National Legal Aid and Defender Association, 2012.
11/09/2012 - 5:30pm Reports on Grants and the Delivery of Legal Services Here are various reports that have been issued on Grants and Deliverables and the Delivery of Legal Services in Pennsylvania. All reports in PDF format:
09/20/2012 - 10:22am Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network Eligibility Manual This eligibility manual is intended for intake staff, compliance officers, and managers. Its emphasis is on rules and regulations for the use of funding provided to programs by the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network (PLAN, Inc.).  
09/10/2012 - 6:28pm Expungement Generator The Expungement Generator (EG) is a web-based tool developed by Michael Hollander at Community Legal Services that greatly increases the speed and accuracy of creating expungement and redaction petitions in Pennsylvania.  The EG allows you to enter basic information about a client and upload all of his or her docket sheets from the AOPC website.  The EG uses this information to generate all of the appropriate expungement and redaction petitions in and editable Word format along with...
08/21/2012 - 7:52am Materials from Townhall on Elimination of General Assistance (and other recent DPW changes) On Thursday, July 26, Community Legal Services held a townhall to discuss recent changes in programs administered by the Department of Public Welfare. The townhall discussed the elimination of General Assistance and changes to the welfare-to-work system, Medical Assistance, and food stamps (SNAP) benefits.