The PA Law 100

2012

Top 100 Law Firms in Pennsylvania

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PA Public Interest Law Firms Organization, Address, Phone/Fax, Email/Website Women's Law Project 125 S. Ninth St., Suite 300 Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-928-9801 / 215-928-9848 info@womenslawproject.org www.womenslawproject.org Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Second Floor Philadelphia, PA 19103 215-627-7100 / 215-627-3183 general@pilcop.org / www.pilcop.org Philadelphia VIP 1500 Walnut St., Suite 400 Philadelphia, PA 19102 215-523-9550 / 215-564-0845 phillyvip@phillyvip.org www.phillyvip.org Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project 718 Arch St., Suite 304 South Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-925-2966 / 215-925-5337 alove@pailp.org / www.pailp.org Friends of Farmworkers 42 S. 15th St., Suite 605 Philadelphia, PA 19102-2205 215-733-0878 / 215-733-0876 fof@friendsfw.org / www.friendsfw.org Top Staff Member/Title Carol E. Tracy, Executive Director Annual Budget $1,101,292 Area Core Services Engages in impact litigation, policy advocacy and education to advance the rights and status of women and girls, and also provides legal information to callers to its telephone counseling service. Jennifer R. Clarke, Executive Director $1,100,000 Uses high-stakes legal strategies to improve the well-being and life prospects of the Philadelphia region's most vulnerable populations by assur- ing they have access to the material resources and services that all of us need to live our lives: education, health care, housing, employment and the unencumbered right to vote. Sara L. Woods, Executive Director $1,000,000 Recruits, trains and supports volunteer attorneys and others who are matched with low-income Philadelphians with critical needs. Angus Love, Executive Director Meredith Rapkin, Executive Director $900,000 Provides free civil legal assistance to eligible institutionalized persons in Pennsylvania. $630,000 Provides legal representation and edu- cation on the legal rights of farmwork- ers, mushroom workers, landscaping workers and food processing workers throughout Pennsylvania, and, to a limited extent, as to employment- related issues of other low-wage workers from immigrant and migrant communities in Pennsylvania. Legal Clinic for the Disabled 1513 Race St. Philadelphia, PA 19102 215-587-3158 / 215-587-3166 lcdinfo@lcdphila.org / www.lcdphila.org Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts 1601 Cherry St., Suite 1320 Philadelphia, PA 19102 215-569-1150 / 215-569-9153 info@pmconline.org / www.pmconline.org Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project 42 S. 15th St., Fourth Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102 215-523-9511 / 215-981-3866 malluce@gmail.com / www.philalegal.org Equality PA 1306 N. 3rd St. Harrisburg, PA 17102 215-731-1447 / 215-731-1544 joe@equalitypa.org / www.equalitypa.org Linda A. Peyton, Executive Director Lynn A. Marks, Executive Director Mary Anne Lucey, Executive Director Ted Martin, Executive Director $210,000 $509,000 Provides free legal services to low-income persons with physical disabilities and deaf and hard-of- hearing individuals in the five-county Philadelphia region. $375,000 Seeks to improve and strengthen the court system in Pennsylvania. A policy organization that does not have clients. $230,000 Provides debt and budget counseling in conjunction with Chapter 7 bankruptcy to enable clients to stabilize their finances. Statewide LGBT political advocacy organization. Served State Full-Time Attorneys 5 Full-Time Paralegals 0 Other Full-Time Staff 4 Volunteer Attorneys/ Paralegals & Students 4/33 Cases Opened from 7/11 to 7/12 14 State 6 0 3 89/9 23 County 9 3 4 1,000/200 800 State 4 3 2 2/4 600 State 4 1 1 3/6 170 Regional 8 0 0 7/3 230 State 2 0 1 0/0 0 County 1 1 1 70/15 355 State 0 0 2 0/0 0 Source: Survey of Public Interest Organizations Listed by Annual Budget WND (Would Not Disclose) 32 | PaLaw 2012

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