OutCasting Episode 11 — legal services for LGBT families and people living with HIV

June 10, 2012


Queens Legal Services is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to provide equal access to justice for all low-income residents of Queens through a range of legal advocacy, education, and community partnerships.  They provide free legal counseling, representation, and referrals in civil matters to eligible low income individuals and families.  They also work to address and identify root causes of systemic inequalities in the legal system.  Queens Legal Services is a part of Legal Services NYC.

Our guest, Richard Saenz, a staff attorney at Queens Legal Services, represents low income LGBT families and people living with HIV.




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