Chancellor's Forum-A Right to Counsel for Low-Income Tenants

Join us for our first Chancellor's Forum of 2019 as we bring together Philadelphia city leaders for a discussion centered on providing low-income tenants facing eviction with a right to counsel, regardless of ability to pay.The Philadelphia Bar Association's recently commissioned report by Stout Risius Ross, LLP, "Economic Return on Investment of Providing Counsel in Philadelphia Eviction Cases for Low-Income Tenants," found that the City of Philadelphia would save $45.2 million per year by investing $3.5 million to fund counsel for low-income tenants facing eviction. Stout is a premier global advisory firm that specializes in investment banking, valuation and financial opinions, and dispute consulting. The forum will provide a detailed overview of the recent report's findings and explore strategies to bring Philadelphia into the national right-to-counsel movement.
Philadelphia Bar Association 1101 Market Street 11th Floor Conference Center Philadelphia, PA 19107
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