Over a hundred-thousand District residents live in poverty, and experts estimate that only ten percent have access to legal representation. Kojo looks at efforts by the District government and law community to meet the legal needs of low income Washingtonians.


  • Annice Wagner Senior Judge, District of Columbia Court of Appeals
  • Peter Edelman Chair, D.C. Access to Justice Commission; Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Jayne Park Executive Director, Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center

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