ICLC announces its annual luncheon! This year's honorees are Former Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis and Mannatt, Phelps & Phillips and Maggie Levy. To learn more about this prestigious event, please click here.
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.
ICLC Volunteer Law Clerk and Southwestern Law School student Thomas DeLorenzo blogs about why he left Hollywood for to advocate for those with HIV/AIDS. Read more here.
NPR's Marketplace quotes ICLC Director of Public Policy and Communications Greg Spiegel about the potential effects the Section 8 sequester would have on thousands of Los Angeles families. Click here to read more.
ICLC Senior Staff Attorney Melissa Tyner joins radio show Champions of Justice to discuss her work with female veterans. Click here to listen.
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.
USC's Annenberg School of Journalism covers CCFO, quotes ICLC Director of Public Policy and Communication. Read more here.
"Group Homes Threatened by Proposed Community Care Facilities Ordinance" features quotes and video of Greg Spiegel speaking out against the ordinance. Click here to read the article.
Listen to Greg Spiegel speak out against the proposed Community Care Facilities Ordinance on KPFK.
Adam Murray featured in LA Times article about the effects CCFO would have on boardinghouses across the city.
Daily News highlights STOP CCFO Coalition; ICLC's Greg Spiegel says CCFO will take Los Angeles back to 1955 Click here to read more.
Invisible People's Mark Horvath interviews Greg Spiegel about the negative effects the proposed Community Care Facilities Ordinance would have citywide. Click here to watch.
ICLC's Greg Spiegel speaks to LA Times re CCFO and its effects on boardinghouses and up to 85% of all housing in Los Angeles. Read more.
Click here to see ICLC's testimony before the December 10th meeting of Los Angeles City Council's Public Safety Committee.
ICLC's Amos Hartston and Lisa Mead featured in USC article re balancing public interest and private practice. Click here for the article.
Click here to see the letter opposing the ordinance that we and other legal services organizations recently sent to the LA City Council.
Click here to listen to Adam Murray's interview on Larry Mantle's "Air Talk" show on KPCC (FM 89.3) opposing the ordinance.
Former USC dean of students joins ICLC as Director of Pro Bono. Read More
ICLC staff attorney Ashley Parris named a Southern California Super Lawyer Rising Star. Read More
Over 400 leaders from the legal, civic, and business communities came together to raise a record-breaking $405,000 to power ICLC’s work with low-income tenants and homeless veterans. Click here to see the video that was shown at the event. We are grateful to the many Luncheon Sponsors who helped ensure the success of the event.
Almas Sayeed receives prestigious Skadden Fellowship to help Inner City Law Center protect and enforce the rights of low-income tenants facing eviction and homelessness due to foreclosure. Read More
Inner City Law Center’s work with homeless women veterans recognized by Alston & Bird. Read More
ICLC Cuts the Ribbon on Expanded Skid Row Offices. Read More