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Landlord-Tenant Project

A Signature Project of the Pittsburgh Pro Bono Partnership
Volunteer attorneys represent individuals seeking to appeal a judgment of possession at arbitration. In addition, the volunteer attorneys represent individuals who have been denied Section 8 or public housing.

Public Contact: 

Neighborhood Legal Services Association
412-255-6700

Landlord Tenant Project  
412-402-6660

Client eligibility:

Clients will be screened for income eligibility and the claim must be meritorious.

Practice Areas:  Landlord-Tenant
Type of service: Volunteer attorneys represent individuals seeking to appeal a judgment of possession at arbitration.   In addition, the volunteer attorneys represent individuals who have been denied Section 8 or public housing.                  
Current needs:   No volunteer needs at this time. 
Time required:    Varies by case.
Training: CLE; training available from NLSA; mentoring
How to volunteer: Interested attorneys should contact Barbara Griffin, Esq. at bgriffin@acba.org.

This is a Pittsburgh Pro Bono Partnership Signature Project administered by Alcoa, Meyer, Unkovic & Scott, LLP, with clients referred by NLSA and the ACBF Pro Bono Center.

To find out more about the Pittsburgh Pro Bono Partnership, click here.