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Category Archives: Seniors and Fair Housing
Street Law Clinics at Boise Public Library: Second Mondays
Have a legal question, but can’t afford a lawyer?
The Idaho Trial Lawyers Association is econd onday of each month, beginning February 11, 2013. The clinic will run from 4:00pm to 6:00pm and be held at the Boise Public Library (Downtown Branch).
For more information, see the poster (below), call 208.345.1890 with questions or visit www.itla.org
Direct questions or information requests to Justin M. Taylor at Fair Housing Council of Oregon: 503.223.8197 x. 111 /
Idaho Legal Aid Services/Intermountain Fair Housing Council offer April events
Idaho Legal Aid Services (ILAS) and their colleagues at the Intermountain Fair Housing Council will be hosting several fair housing events throughout the state during April (Fair Housing Month). They will also be joined by representatives from HUD. For a complete schedule, visit www.idaholegalaid.org or HUD’s training calendar here. Audience-specific fair housing training is also available on request.
Click the link below to view, download or print a flier for the Boise event.