News and Success Stories
18th Annual Awards Luncheon: On Tuesday, June 19, 2018, from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m., more than 600 legal, business, and civic leaders will gather to celebrate the work of Inner City Law Center and to honor two of our partners, Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP and the Weingart Foundation.
The Awards Luncheon is Inner City Law Center’s largest fundraising event of the year and helps ensure that Inner City Law Center has the resources necessary to address our housing and homelessness crisis. Please click here to learn more about our remarkable honorees. To sponsor or attend the Awards Luncheon, please click here to download the luncheon sponsorship form.
Curious about Homeful.LA? Read more about Sonal Patel's, Homeful.LA Policy Intern, work with Homeful.LA.
Take a look at our first ICLC Fellow Spotlight. Attorney David Aigboboh wrote about his work with the Homelessness Prevention Team defending evictions.
ICLC led the collaboration of Skid Row providers and residents that put the audit titled "No Place to Go: An Audit of the Public Toilet Crisis in Skid Row" together. Click here to view the report.
ICLC's 17th Annual Luncheon was held on June 16 12:00-1:30 P.M. at the Omni Hotel. Over 500 people were in attendance to honor Judicate West Foundation and Var Fox and Marian and Peter B. Edelman. Click here to watch the 6-minute video that was shown at the luncheon.
ICLC Director of Strategic Initiatives was featured in an LA Times Article about how policing alone will not solve homelessness. Read the article here.
Pro Bono Coordinator Vidhya Ragunathan has been selected to serve on the Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services (SCDLS) for the State Bar of California! Link to the official announcement here.
Single Mom and Young Son Come Frighteningly Close to Homelessness. Link to the full story here.
Executive Director Adam Murray's latest Op Ed as featured in the LA Times. View Article here.
Photo Album from the 2016 Annual Awards Luncheon. View pictures here.
On this episode of Champions of Justice, Executive Director Adam Murray and Director of Strategic Initiatives Greg Spiegel discuss how ICLC is addressing the homelessness crisis in Los Angeles. Listen to the broadcast here.
Client success stories video as featured at the 2016 Annual Awards Luncheon. View video here.
Landlord attempts to evict tenant for 5th time. View details here.
Melissa Tyner Director of Homeless Veterans Project receives California Lawyer Attorney of the Year award! View details here.
ICLC Executive Director Adam Murray dispells 4 Myths about homelessness in an Op-Ed featured in the Los Angeles Times: View the article here.
People experiencing homelessness want action from City Hall. Hear what they think in their own words: View video here.
Inner City Law Center's innovative Homeless Veterans Project is featured in November 11, 2015 Daily Journal by Staff Attorney Jon Killoran. View article here.
Adam Murray asks the question - What do we do to help families remain stably housed? See his answer as featured in the October 2015 Daily Journal Op-Ed. View here.
The 35th Anniversary Awards Luncheon raised a record breaking $1 million to support ICLC's work. Please share our client video and have others support the work we do. View here.
ICLC Executive Director discussing Skid Row with BBC Radio Listen here.
Los Angeles Times Op-Ed by ICLC Executive Director Adam Murray. If we are to eradicate homelessness, we need to remember that each person without a home is someone's son or daughter. Click here for details.
Meet Kori, a female veteran who experienced military sexual trauma. She is just one of the many veterans ICLC assists every year. Her powerful story is featured on NationSwell.
ICLC's work as a part of the Shriver Project was featured on APM's Marketplace. Click here to listen to the story.
Los Angeles Times' California Law Today highlights ICLC Board Member Amy Solomon and Senior Staff Attorney Melissa Tyner's work with homeless female veterans. See more here.
New York Times highlights ICLC’s work helping female homeless veterans get off the streets. Click here to read the heartbreaking story.
Listen to Adam Murray on KABC 790's Ledger on the Law speaking about ICLC's work.