Public Interest Law

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: A Powerful Legal Tool for the Poor

, The Legal Intelligencer

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In Philadelphia, there are 26 nonprofit public interest legal organizations that provide a wide variety of legal services to Philadelphians whose incomes fall below the federal poverty guidelines. These organizations specialize in delivering an evaluation and, if needed, representation in a legal problem that clients present. In Philadelphia, poor individuals are able to obtain excellent and significant legal representation from the experienced and dedicated staff members of these legal services organizations.

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