CLASP advocates for policies that support its vision of an America in which poverty is rare, there is justice for all and all people can participate equally.
- Civil Legal Assistance CLASP works to ensure that low-income and marginalized communities have broader access to civil legal assistance by promoting policies that strengthen the Legal Services Corporation (LSC) and improve the quality of civil legal aid programs.
- Poverty and Opportunity Growing inequality, lack of economic mobility and persistent poverty in this rich nation are driving the reemerging government interest in strategies to reduce poverty.
- Tom Salyers | Dec 13, 2013 Budget Deal Would Halt Some Sequester Woes, Provide Fiscal Stability
- Alan W. Houseman and Linda E. Perle | Dec 03, 2013 Securing Equal Justice for All: A Brief History of Civil Legal Assistance in the United States
- Alan W. Houseman | Nov 26, 2013 Civil Legal Aid in the United States: An Update for 2013
- Olivia Golden | Nov 08, 2013 Recommendations to the Congressional Budget Conference Committee
- Jodie Levin-Epstein | Oct 30, 2013 A Nurse, the Safety Net, and National Discourse