Harvard Legal Aid Bureau at Harvard Law School
The Harvard Legal Aid Bureau is a curriculum-based poverty law clinic that represents low-income residents of Middlesex and Suffolk Counties in civil matters, including landlord-tenant, domestic relations, wage and hour, unemployment benefits, SSI benefits, and other public benefits. Since 1913, the Bureau has functioned under a tradition of student leadership and governance, making it a unique and exciting institution in clinical legal education.
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