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20th Annual Awards Luncheon

Inner City Law Center’s Annual Awards Luncheon, originally scheduled for June 23, will be held on October 15, 2020. We hope you will join us then, whether we gather virtually or in person.

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ICLC Joins Collective Effort to Prevent Spread of COVID-19 Among Homeless Communities in Los Angeles

Initial Efforts to Support Homeless People are Inadequate and Require Immediate Increase in Resources

Because of the high proportion of seniors and people with pre-existing health conditions, homeless residents of Skid Row and encampments throughout Los Angeles County are more likely to be victims of COVID-19 than housed residents—yet despite some initial efforts in some areas, insufficient public resources have been dedicated to allow them to protect themselves. In light of this, the No Place to Go Working Group is urging the City and County of Los Angeles to work together to …

Eviction Guidance During COVID-19 Pandemic

Evicting people from their homes in the midst of this pandemic is cruel and jeopardizes public health.

Inner City Law Center has pulled together an important memo covering the most recent actions taken to limit evictions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most eviction actions in Los Angeles will be placed on hold or stayed until at least April 17, 2020.

The statutory 5-day period for renters has also changed – renters now have until at least April 17 to respond to an eviction. This does not mean that tenants should wait to seek help with any eviction matters. It’s crucial to get help now from a trusted legal aid attorney.

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