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    • Copy of Know Your Rights Series

      Housing Rights education for mobile home park communities. In partnership with Adams County, our attorneys present a monthly education series (5 total) to equip residents with the information necessary to self-advocate and defend their rights in mobile home parks.

    • Know Your Rights Series

      Housing Rights education for mobile home park communities. In partnership with Adams County, our attorneys present a monthly education series (5 total) to equip residents with the information necessary to self-advocate and defend their rights in mobile home parks.

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    • Personalized Eviction Moratorium Order Declaration Form Tool

      Prepare a packet to notify your landlord of your right's under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium order, using an accessible, English and Spanish tool. The interview-style tools, will prepare a cover letter and a signed personalized CDC Declaration Form, with the options to download PDF, print, and email it to your landlord. The email contains a cover letter and your personalized signed form. This novel, accessible tool, is housed at MassAccess, but it produces a national form that can be used anywhere in the United States; consequently, the form is not intended for direct filing with the Massachusetts Trial Court or any Colorado Court. Mail or email the letter and form to your landlord. Form Samples To mitigate community spread of the novel coronavirus, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has issued an order pausing residential evictions for some tenants unable to make rental payments due to hardships caused by the coronavirus. Use this form to see if you are covered by this order and to prepare a declaration to share with your landlord if you are. For more information about the order, visit The New York Times FAQ

    • COVID-19 County Guides

      We've curated these county-specific guides for you: What can members do? Members can follow each other, write and reply to comments and receive blog notifications. Each member gets their own personal profile page that they can customize. Here’s how to do it: Head to your Member’s Page Search for the member you want to make a writer Click on the member’s profile Click the 3 dot icon ( ⠇) on the Follow button Select Set as Writer

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    • About Us | COPovertyLawProject

      Who We Are & What We Do CPLP strives to increase access to justice for all under-resourced Coloradans through several initiatives. We believe that justice and equity must begin with access. Vision Our initiatives work to increase access to justice for under-resourced Coloradans facing civil legal issues. Mission Provide access to legal representation for low-income individuals facing eviction. Serve low-income Coloradans by forming strategic partnerships with advocacy organizations in our community . Support and educate individuals about their rights. Provide pro bono opportunities for the legal community. Support and educate the legal community on poverty law-related issues. Meet The Team Tom Snyder President Blair Kanis Founder Caitlin Finn Executive Director Shannon MacKenzie Deputy Director David Valleau Legal Fellow What We Value Access to Justice Equity Education Partnership Community Meet Our Board of Directors (FY 20-21)

    • Just Housing | CO Poverty Law Project

      Welcome to the Colorado Poverty Law Project The Colorado Poverty Law Project (CPLP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with the mission to recruit and coordinate volunteer attorneys to provide pro bono legal assistance or representation. resources COVID-19 We Believe Justice and housing are fundamental. Read About the Project Events See More 27 Tue Oct Mobile Home Enforcement & Education: Retaliation & How to Respond | Represalias & Cómo responder a represalias / Zoom Webinar RSVP 18 Wed Nov CPLP Monthly Pro Bono Legal Clinic (Zoom Webinar) / Zoom Webinar RSVP 18 Wed Nov CPLP Monthly Pro Bono Legal Clinic (in-person option) / Stout Street Health Center RSVP 20 Wed Jan CPLP Monthly Pro Bono Legal Clinic (Hybrid) / Stout Street Health Center RSVP 17 Wed Feb CPLP Monthly Pro Bono Legal Clinic (in-person option) (1) / Stout Street Health Center RSVP “There are few emotions more debilitating than the feeling of injustice. While injustice used to be remedied by walking into the elders’ tents, today our courts are reserved for the wealthy. Our mission is important because we are working to restore the opportunity for justice to everyone.” - Tom Snyder Read About the Project Our Partners We could not do it without the help of the dedicated people in these organizations! Partner with CPLP

    • News & Media | COPovertyLawProject

      News & Media We are proud of the work our team and volunteers do. The following publications have covered our efforts to increase access to justice and legal representation for marginalized, underserved, low-income individuals in Colorado. For media inquiries, please email ; for Spanish news media resources, please visit our Spanish page. contact@copovertylawproject.org ​ ​ CO Women's Bar Assoc Lift Our Partner Fundraising Partner Story... Colorado Lawyer Jan 2019: Colorado Poverty Law Project - Providing Hope for the Defenseless and Oppressed On June 6, 1966, Senator Robert F. Kennedy spoke at South Africa’s University of Cape Town and said, “Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope.” Perhaps recognizing the ripple of hope that is created when individuals fight for the defenseless, the Colorado Supreme Court Oath of Admission asks future attorneys to swear to “use their knowledge for the betterment of society and the improvement of the legal system” and to “never reject... the cause of the defenseless or oppressed.” 1 This portion of the Oath of Admission, which is mandatory for all attorneys to be admitted to the Colorado bar, embodies the professional responsibility of each Colorado attorney “to provide legal services to those unable to pay.” 2 Indeed, the official comments to Colorado Rule of Professional Conduct (Rule) 6.1 provide that “[e]very lawyer, regardless of professional prominence or professional workload, has a responsibility to provide legal services to those unable to pay.” 3 This is because there exists in Colorado a “critical need for legal services” among “persons of limited means” and the “disadvantaged.” 4 CO Women's Bar Assoc Lift Our Partner Fundraising Partner Story... Colorado Residential Eviction Defense: Basics for Volunteer Attorneys | Continuing Learning Education (CLE) Seminar Please join us for a one hour continuing learning education (CLE) seminar in which we will provide to new and existing volunteers the basics of a residential eviction process in Colorado. We will take our volunteers through the circumstances under which an eviction may be filed; the process and timing for notice; the complaint procedure and return date; the answer and defenses; and techniques for trial. Most importantly, we will provide tips and best practices for working with landlord attorneys through this process to secure protections for tenants and best avoid the catastrophe of eviction. We also will discuss how all these processes have been impacted by COVID-19, and additional resources that are available as a result. CO Women's Bar Assoc Lift Our Partner Fundraising Partner Story...

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