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Workers' Rights Clinics this August: The Washington Lawyers' Committee continues their clinics in August. All are welcome to participate. Contact Allen Cardenas, Clinic Coordinator, at 319-1000 with questions.

  • WEDNESDAY CLINICS (August 8, August 22, August 22, 6:00-9:00 pm)—Sign up starts at 5:00 pm, walk-ins accepted until 7:00 pm; Bread for the City NW (1525 7th St, NW)
  • SATURDAY CLINIC (August 25, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm)—Sign up starts at 9:45 am. Walk-Ins accepted until 11:00 am; Bread for the City SE (1640 Good Hope Rd, SE)

Bread for the City lawyers. The Bread for the City Legal Clinic will be closed for intake appointments starting Wednesday, August 1 and re-open Tuesday, September 11, intake appointments can be made by calling the following numbers Monday - Thursday: 202-480-8950 (NW) or 202-791-3982 (SE). Bread for the City Legal Clinic’s work in court-based projects—Landlord & Tenant Branch, Paternity & Support Branch, and the NW and SE Domestic Violence Intake Centers—continues throughout the summer.

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