Pepperdine Caruso Law Legal Aid Clinic Students Serve Community Members at Malibu Connect
Pepperdine Caruso Law Legal Aid and Low Income Taxpayer Clinic professors and students provided legal advice and counseling at the 7th Annual Malibu Homeless Connect on October 22. Caruso Law students assisted community members with issues such as expungement, child support, consumer issues, and tickets and warrants.
Pictured are Pepperdine Legal Aid Clinic coordinator, Edith Salomon; Pepperdine Low Income Taxpayer Clinic director, Professor Isai Cortez; Pepperdine Legal Aid Clinic director, Professor Brittany Stringfellow Otey; and clinic students Aren Ekezian, Ashley Antony, and Julia Barr.
From the Malibu Times:
Last Thursday, the annual Homeless Connect Day returned to the Malibu Courthouse to offer those experiencing homelessness free one-stop-shop government and nonprofit services. Over 50 unhoused individuals showed up to take advantage of having 27 county agencies and local nonprofits all in one place — which can be very difficult for them to get to otherwise.
The complete article may be found at Malibu Times