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State Support: A Self-Portrait

By Jamie Odle Hamon

State support centers act as communication coordinators, legal counsel, information and education brokers, legislative and administrative advocates, and sounding boards for field program staff, pro bono attorneys, and clients in their states. This article illustrates the role of state support in delivering high-quality legal services to low-income people.

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