ALRP/EDC Partnership Succeeds for Clients

Just this week, ALRP attorneys were successful in protecting the housing of three low-income clients who were facing eviction.

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Danielle’s Commitment to HIV/AIDS Causes

Until recently, Danielle Barnes was volunteering seven days a week for HIV causes, splitting her time between ALRP and an HIV counseling position and somehow managing to get in some time at a retail job to pay the rent. Danielle arrived in San Francisco in 2011 immediately after graduating from Whitman College with a bachelor’s degree in gender studies and a minor in anthropology.

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ALRP Board Member Named in “Best LGBT Lawyers Under 40”

Congratulations to Jeff Jacobi, ALRP Board Member and Panel attorney! Read More »

Info for Same-Sex Couples after DOMA

The Center for American Progress has provided a series of fact sheets for same-sex couples after the ruling on DOMA. Read More »

HIV Funding Restored

Great news! The SF Supervisors and Mayor Lee has fully restored the cuts to federal funding of HIV/AIDS services. Read More »

Large Law Firms Lend a Hand

ALRP wishes to acknowledge the large law firms who have recently donated their time and expertise to help our clients. Read More »

Bob A. Ross Foundation Supports Law Clerk Program

ALRP was honored to receive a grant of $15,000 from the Bob A. Ross Foundation in May 2013. Read More »

Survey on Technology & HIV Care

UCSF researchers want to hear how you think technology can improve HIV Care. Read More »

ALRP’s 30th is Highlighted in the BAR

ALRP is pleased to be featured in the Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco’s LGBT newspaper. Read More »

ALRP Law Clerk Bikes Cross Country

ALRP Law Clerk Stephen Spano embarks on a cross-country bike ride to raise money for ALRP. Read More »

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