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How Lawyers & Clients Can Work with the Media—Even at an LSC Program

with Kevin De Liban and Søren Dal Rasmussen

Clients do not have a ready outlet through which they can broadly share their lived experiences of injustice in a way that might make things better. Legal aid advocates—including those who work for Legal Services Corporation-funded programs—can change that. But how?

In our August 2018 episode of the Advocacy Exchange, our monthly conversation with advocates advancing change, we talked with Kevin De Liban of Legal Aid of Arkansas and Søren Rasmussen of Voices for Civil Justice. We discussed best practices for legal aid advocates working with the media and specific examples from Arkansas.

For more, be sure to read Kevin and Søren’s Clearinghouse article on this topic, Narrating Justice: Client-Centered Media Advocacy.

More on working with the media here. More from Kevin De Liban here. More from Søren Rasmussen here.

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