September 2011 • Vol. 31 No. 8 | An E-Publication of the Los Angeles County Bar Association

Help LACBA’s AIDS Legal Services Project during AIDS Walk on October 16

Join our team or make a donation.

Whether you commit to walking or making a donation, you can help LACBA's AIDS Legal Services Project (ALSP) when it participates in the 27th Annual AIDS Walk on October 16.

Funds raised by the ALSP walk team will go directly to the AIDS Legal Services Project, which provides $1 million worth of donated legal services each year. "Every dollar spent by the project generates more than 10 times that amount in pro bono legal services," said Laurie Aronoff, ALSP Director.

ALSP has been meeting the diverse legal needs of people living with HIV/AIDS for nearly 25 years. Through a support network of more than 300 volunteer advocates, ALSP provides individual representation on human rights and legal issues including immigration, discrimination litigation, healthcare privacy, benefits, testamentary, debt relief, and housing.

Since its inception in 1986, the project has provided tens of millions of dollars of free legal services to thousands of clients who, in many cases, had nowhere else to turn for help. In 2010 alone, the project provided more than $1.35 million in pro bono legal services.

Become a supporter! By visiting the AIDS Walk home page,, supporters can register to join a team of walkers by selecting HALSA/ALSP - 3282 from the drop down menu and start soliciting donations. (It would also be helpful if interested walkers would send Laurie an e-mail at to let her know you have registered, so she can make sure you are included as part of the LACBA contribution.)

If you are unable to participate in the AIDS Walk but still want to support ALSP, you can sponsor Laurie by going to her donation page at

Questions can be directed to Laurie Aronoff at Your support is greatly appreciated! 

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