Support LACBA's AIDS Legal Services Project—2016 AIDS Walk Los Angeles, October 23, 2016
LACBA’s AIDS Legal Services Project (ALSP) invites you to join the LACBA AIDS WALK Team to help raise funds to support pro bono legal services for those living with HIV/AIDS in our community.
Los Angeles County has the second largest community of people living with HIV/AIDS in the United States, and assistance with legal issues continues to be among the highest identified areas of need. JOIN THE LACBA TEAM TODAY and help ALSP ensure access to legal services in our community. You can join the LACBA team and create your own fundraising page, or make a donation to the LACBA team. Eighty percent of every donation comes directly to ALSP.
For more than 30 years, LACBA has been at the forefront of ensuring access to our legal system for people with HIV/AIDS. ALSP enlists pro bono attorneys to assist clients in fighting HIV discrimination and privacy breaches. Unfortunately, communities who are disproportionately impacted by HIV are often in the worst positions to address the continued stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS, making ALSP even more vital today. To learn more about ALSP, click here.
ALSP is part of the Los Angeles HIV Law and Policy Project (LA HLPP), a unique collaborative partnership between five primary organizations: ALSP, UCLA School of Law, the Williams Institute, Inner City Law Center and Bet Tzedek Legal Services. Each partner provides unmatched expertise in the areas of their organization’s mission including community legal services for low-income people living with HIV/AIDS, pro bono lawyer referral, recruitment, coordination, and oversight, and HIV law and policy research.