PSJD Public Interest News Digest – December 15, 2017

Sam Halpert, NALP Director of Public Service Initiatives

Hello there, interested public! We’re headed into a photo-finish for 2017, with a flurry of activity related to student loans, a new report from the Canadian federal government with potentially huge implications for the practice of individual rights law in that country, and additional developments in New York City legal services organizations ongoing attempts to prevent ICE from conducting arrests at local courthouses. Read below for additional details, as well as a few other juicy stories.

Until next week,

Student Loans

First, the context:

Legislators have a variety of ideas about how to handle the situation:

Meanwhile, state and federal agencies continue their work:

Legal Technology

Access to Justice – Civil

Access to Justice – Criminal

Music Bonus!

Who doesn’t like to watch a virtuoso?

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