2018-2019 ATJ Housing & CLCPP Applications

On April 2, 2018, we received 16 applications for the 2018-2019 Access to Justice (ATJ) Housing Grants Program and seven applications for the 2018-2019 Civil Legal Counsel Projects Program (CLCPP). Below is a summary of applications received for each program, plus the applications, organized by organization. If you have any questions or trouble accessing the applications, please email lynch@dcbarfoundation.org.

  1. Summary of Applications Received


Applications, organized by organization:

  • Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center

  • Bread for the City

  • Children's Law Center

  • DC Affordable Law Firm

  • DC Bar Pro Bono Center

  • DC Law Students in Court

  • DC Volunteer Lawyers' Project

  • Howard University School of Law

  • Legal Aid Society of DC

  • Legal Counsel for the Elderly

  • Neighborhood Legal Services Program

  • Tzedek DC

  • University Legal Services

  • Washington Lawyer's Committee


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