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The challenge in the years ahead is to employ the immense creativity of the legal profession in our quest for One America, in both diversity within the profession and access to legal services in underserved communities."

       Eric H. Holder, U.S. Attorney General

LFOA's Pro Bono Law Office provides free legal advice and services to underserved communities in the San Francisco Bay Area, including general commercial and tax law, business education for micro-businesses and nonprofit public benefit organizations and programs, and civil legal and tax services and advice to the individual working poor, to help them gain economic self-sufficiency. 

LFOA's Recommendations to the Legal Profession  Our nation – unrivaled in power and rich from the growing diversity of its people, is approaching a crossroad.  Lawyers For One America is standing in that crossroad to assist the legal profession and the communities lawyers serve.

For People of Color Entering Law School and Becoming Attorneys   A Guide to the Bar Examination for People of Color that provides law students of color with a collection of tips and advice on how to study for the bar exam.

The Critical Need to Diversify the Pipeline into the Practice of Law  By Diane Abraham.  Many the legal profession continue to proactively pursue diversity as a goal for the profession. But law firms, corporate legal departments, government, and the judiciary cannot recruit attorneys of color who don’t exist.  Complete Article

 

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