CLASI Is Hiring!

CLASI is hiring for the following positions. ELP Attorney: We are looking for an attorney to work in either our Dover or Georgetown Delaware offices to support our work with elderly victims of crime. We will pay for the costs related to applying and studying for the Delaware Bar Exam. ELP/MLP Paralegal: We are looking…

Favorable Ruling in Manufactured Homeowners Case

  Today the Superior Court in Sussex County ruled in favor of manufactured homeowners who were objecting to a ten percent rent hike despite a rent control statute that limited such increases to actual expenses incurred by the community owner. CLASI’s Disabilities Law Program Managing Attorney, Brian Eng, was the lead attorney on the case…

CLASI Named Top Workplace for 3rd Year in a Row

For the third year in a row, CLASI made the list of Top Workplaces in Delaware. This year CLASI finished fourth of all companies with less than 100 employees, and first among non-profits of that size.  https://www.delawareonline.com/story/money/business/2018/08/26/delaware-top-workplaces-2018/1103577002/   CLASI also received special recognition for having scored the highest in the state, regardless of size, on…

CLASI Adopts Strategic Plan

At its meeting on April 26, 2018, the CLASI Board of Directors adopted a new strategic plan for the organization. The plan outlines a vision in which CLASI provides high-quality, creative individual and systemic legal aid to Delaware’s most vulnerable citizens; is a healthy, dynamic, collaborative, and progressive workplace that encourages diversity and growth of…

Deputy Director Laura Graham Testifies before Senate Homeland Security Committee

Deputy Director/New Castle Managing Attorney Laura Graham testified today in front of the Senate Homeland Security Committee about the treatment of unaccompanied minors and protecting them from abuse. Laura’s testimony starts at 2:27:15 here: https://www.hsgac.senate.gov/hearings/oversight-of-hhs-and-dhs-efforts-to-protect-unaccompanied-alien-children-from-human-trafficking-and-abuse

Study Finds 723% Return on Investment in Legal Aid

A recently completed study on the social return on investment in legal aid in Delaware found that every $1 investment in legal aid returns $7.23 in economic benefit for Delaware and its communities. These benefits include personal or community, inferred health improvements, and efficient increased access to justice. Read about it in Delaware Law Weekly, or read…