May 13, 2020

Pandemic Forces Legal Aid Groups to Think Outside the Box

The Indiana Lawyer

In their article for The Indiana Lawyer, associates Kristina Coleman and Emily Kile-Maxwell highlight pro bono and legal aid efforts made during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coleman and Kile-Maxwell write that while traditional means of legal aid have been upended due to the crisis, organizations like Indiana Legal Services, Inc. (ILS) have been forced to get creative about how they can continue to engage volunteer attorneys and provide legal services to those in need. Their article “Pandemic Forces Legal Aid Groups to Think Outside the Box” features the efforts made by ILS, including the adoption of virtual trainings and the development of family law and eviction help desks.


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