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HPRP opens new clinic for rural homeless veterans
Located in the Three Oaks Center in Lexington Park in St. Mary's County, the new clinic is an expansion of HPRP's Veterans Legal Assistance Project.
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Baltimore Co. expungement clinic
Director of Pro Bono Programs Swapna Yeluri (in photo, left), Pro Bono Coordinator Emily Ford (right) and a group of law students conducted an expungement clinic at the Westside Men's Shelter in Catonsville. "I want to thank the Homeless People Representation Project and its volunteer American University 1L and UB law students for giving of your talents to provide expungement services to Baltimore County's Westside Men's Shelter in Catonsville!" said Delegate Charles Sydnor, who arranged the clinic.
From the HPRP Blog
Yeluri honored by her law school as a “Champion of Justice”
Swapna Yeluri, HPRP’s director of pro bono programs, was one of three “outstanding legal luminaries” honored ...
Paving the way for veterans’ discharge upgrades
HPRP volunteer attorney Jim Richardson (center), our go-to expert on veteran discharge upgrades, stopped by the office yesterda...