Category Archives: Justice and Legal

Center for Youth Development Through Law

Center for Youth Development Through Law

The Center for Youth Development through Law (CYDL), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was founded in 1999. We operate in cooperation with the U.C. Berkeley School of Law and its Thelton E. Henderson Center for Social Justice, although we are funded …
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Bay Area Legal Aid

Bay Area Legal Aid

Access to legal advocacy is critical to ensuring that Bay Area residents living in poverty understand and assert their rights to create stability for themselves and their families. Each year BayLegal’s services benefit 70,000 Bay Area residents.

Pro Bono Project

Pro Bono Project

The Pro Bono Project provides quality, caring representation to clients with limited means. Our volunteer attorneys make the courts and the protection of the laws accessible to the most vulnerable members of our community. We love the law, and our …
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Marin County Civic Center Volunteers

Marin County Civic Center Volunteers

There are several volunteer opportunities available with the Marin County Civic Center in the following areas: Child Support Services Community Development Courts Cultural Services Fire Health and Human Services Housing Authority Human Resources Law Library Marin Advocates for Children Marin …
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ORAM – Organization for Refuge Asylum & Migration

ORAM - Organization for Refuge Asylum & Migration

Founded in 2008, ORAM is the first migration organization focusing exclusively on refugees fleeing sexual and gender-based violence worldwide. ORAM provides clients with free legal representation and conducts advocacy and education on their behalf. ORAM’s advocacy encompasses non-governmental organizations, inter-governmental …
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Donald P. McCullum Youth Court

Donald P. McCullum Youth Court

The mission of McCullum Youth Court is to offer youth offenders a second chance through restorative justice, peer accountability, and empowering opportunities; and to engage all youth – especially those at risk for entering the juvenile justice system – in …
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