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Housing Work Inspired UC Law SF Student to Attend Law School


This 61-year-old chef was facing homelessness. Now his eviction from an S.F. co-op is on hold

SF Chronicle

How one nonprofit is pioneering universal access to legal aid


Housing Attorney Kelsey Merrick at Western Addition Anti-Displacement Rally


First-Generation Everything, Now an Attorney

Gonzaga University

New voice in SF for crime victims? Proposal would ask votes to create an office to support survivors

SF Chronicle

Right to Counsel for Domestic Violence Survivors

SF Standard

ODL expands: Now nearly half of all low-income San Franciscans can access free legal help

SF Bayview

Got Sued for Pandemic Rent Debt? Here’s What You Need to Know

SF Public Press

S.F. Supervisor Preston wants ‘eviction free zone’ in his district

SF Chronicle

Nonprofit Open Door Legal expands HR & Finance capabilities while reducing overhead


Right to Counsel Helps Tenants Stay in Place, But Effort Is Short on Attorneys

SF Public Press

Hundreds of SF Renters Threatened With Eviction During Pandemic

SF Public Press

Open Door Legal expands low-income legal aid to Excelsior, Western Addition


How Open Door Legal is Using Tech to Make Legal Aid Universally Accessible


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