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Imagine having the ability to diagnose your legal problem in just a few clicks. Imagine that - instead of spending hours or even days searching for answers to your specific scenario - all the options were laid out for you, so that you could choose the path that worked...read more
FJTC is pleased to announce that our Executive Director, Joyce Raby, has been appointed to serve as a co-vice-chair on the State Bar of California’s Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services (ATILS). The Task Force will be chaired by Justice Lee Edmon,...read more
October might be just around the corner, but don't look past September just yet! There are still plenty of ways to take action now and make the world a better place. Here's a few examples of September Awareness projects and tips for how you can help. Hunger...read more
In May of this year, we set out to learn more about the people that use the FloridaLawHelp.org website. Our Legal Content Manager, Jessica Rae, visited five counties across Florida, in coordination with local legal and social service providers. The goal of the tests...read more
NEW GUIDE OFFERS ADVOCATES A ROADMAP FOR HELPING CLIENTS OBTAIN MEDICAID HOME AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES The comprehensive new Guide will help advocates assist low income elderly and disabled Floridians who need services in their homes to avoid institutionalization....read more
Sunday, August 26th is Women’s Equality Day, and FJTC invites you to help us celebrate this historic moment in our history. This is a day to remember how far women have come in their quest for social and legal equality, a cornerstone in the ongoing fight for equality...read more
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