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City Partners with Campbell Law School on Housing

Ribbon-cutting celebrates clinic opening

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The City of Raleigh is partnering with Campbell Law School to provide assistance to qualified families facing eviction. There was a ribbon cutting for the new legal clinic known as The Housing Justice Project today. City Council approved funding for the clinic in May from the American Rescue Plan. That funding supports the clinic's ability to provide legal advice and counsel as well as legal representation to eligible Raleigh residents facing eviction. 

The clinic takes referrals from local community organizations. Those interested in applying for help can call the Clinic at (919) 865-4471 between 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday



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