Our work for Legal Services programs maximizes funding and impact.

Civil justice leaders across North America are facing deeply challenging times: IOLTA funding cuts; diminishing support from budget-strapped government agencies; fierce competition for a shrinking pie of foundation grants; and recently, a tide of newly-elected officials opposed to the interests of the low-income communities that legal assistance programs are committed to serve.

Program staff and boards must seek ways to do more with less, in the face of increasing demand for legal assistance caused by the greatest economic recession in more than 60 years.

We are uniquely equipped to help civil justice leaders address their critical needs:
  1. Quantifying Economic Impacts of Legal Services Programs
  2. Evaluating Program Effectiveness
  3. Assessing Legal Needs of Clients and Setting Priorities
  4. (Overview) Making the Case for Greater Funding
  5. (Sample #1) Using Numbers to Present a Powerful Case
  6. (Sample #2) Using Numbers to Present a Powerful Case




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