Stories & Events
By Joann Lee, LAFLA Special Counsel on Language Justice With Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month upon us this May, we commemorate the 150th anniversary of
LAFLA has a long history of providing services to vulnerable communities across Greater Los Angeles, including the Cambodian population in Long Beach. LAFLA is one
It is a story that is all too familiar for the staffers at WomenShelter of Long Beach (WSLB): A domestic violence survivor seeks help physically
Our underlying mission at LAFLA is to improve the lives of low-income people through equal access to justice. One way we achieve that is by
Volunteering is at the heart of what makes LAFLA great: Our pro bono volunteers enable LAFLA to fulfill our mission to the greatest extent possible.
In a victory for preserving access to California’s coastline for all people in Los Angeles, the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) and co-counsel
After watching a TV commercial praising Marinello’s cosmetology program, Lydia Luna excitedly envisioned a bright future as a hair stylist. She thought enrolling at Marinello