LSNJ has been providing legal education material to New Jersey's low-income community for over five decades. Our newsletters, manuals, interactive web programs, and videos are available on LSNJLAW.org, our social media sites, and our YouTube Channel. Podcasts are the newest addition to this robust list of resources. Topics included will be of general interest to all New Jersey residents, but of particular importance to those living in poverty. We hope you enjoy listening and share with others who may benefit from learning more about civil law in New Jersey.
March 21st, 2019 | 16 mins 36 secs
child separation, child welfare, dcpp, dyfs, family first, family law, foster family, frp, jerry milner, legal aid, legal services of new jersey, lsnj, poverty, rajaraman
LSNJ attorney Jey Rajaraman discusses recent federal emphasis on preventive services in the child welfare system and state and local efforts to help low-income families remain intact. She is joined by Associate Commissioner of the Children's Bureau Jerry Milner, to discuss the Family First Prevention Services Act of 2018 and the resulting increased flexibility of Title IV-E funds.
September 20th, 2018 | 20 mins 37 secs
clearing your record online, criminal law, criminal record, cyro, expungement, new jersey legislature, politics
LSNJ attorney Akil Roper explains the legal process available for people to clear a criminal record and some important recent reforms to the law. He is joined by New Jersey State Senator Sandra Cunningham, one of the primary sponsors of the legislation, to discuss why expungement is so important for those with arrests and convictions.