PSJD Public Interest News Digest – May 31, 2019

Sam Halpert, NALP Director of Public Service Initiatives

Photo: Harris and Ewing Collection, Library of Congress

Hello there, interested public! There’s lots to catch you up on this week. Minutes ago, the ABA President issued a statement on the Trump Administration’s Family Separation Policy. The Associated Press took a poll of district attorneys to find out which ones would go on the record for non-enforcement of their states’ new anti-abortion legislation. The CFPB gave student loan advice on Twitter that one of its founders called “negligent or worse,” while the Trump Administration followed through and hired consulting firms to evaluate the federal government’s student loan portfolio. All this and more are in the links below.

See you around,

Also worth a listen: “NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks former federal prosecutor Paul Butler about how more than 20 Trump judicial nominees have declined to affirm a Supreme Court decision desegregating public schools.

Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Issues

Reproductive Rights

Non-Profit & Gov’t Management and Hiring

Legal Technology

Student Loans & Student Debt

Access to Justice – Civil

Access to Justice – Criminal

Criminal Justice Reform

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