Agency: Legal Services CorporationYears: 20002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013
This Notice sets forth the text of Program Letter 2000-7--
State Planning and Performance Measures. The program letter announces
three strategies to advance LSC's efforts to create comprehensive
integrated, coordinated, clientcentered state justice communities in each state:
(1) The creation of a team within LSC specifically assigned
As part of its ongoing efforts to improve the administration of regulatory programs and requirements, Legal Services Corporation is soliciting public comment on its regulations toward the development of a regulatory agenda for 2001 and beyond.
In notice document 0028460 beginning on page 66563, in the issue of Monday, November 6, 2000, make the following correction:
On page 66563, in the third column, under the heading Open Session, in the eighth line, `` Esther Lardent, ABA Director of the Pro Bono Center'' should read ``Esther Lardent, Representative
This final rule revises the Corporation's rule on recipient fund balances to provide the Corporation with more discretion to determine whether to permit a recipient to maintain a fund balance of up to 25% of its LSC support for a particular reporting period and to specify a limited number of extraordinary and compelling circumstances for which LSC
The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) hereby announces its intention to award grants and contracts to provide economical and effective delivery of high quality civil legal services to eligible lowincome clients, beginning January 1, 2001.
This Notice sets forth the text of a proposed Property Acquisition and Management Manual that, once adopted, will govern the use by recipients of LSC funds to acquire, use and dispose of real and nonexpendable personal property. The proposed Property Acquisition and Management Manual is intended to provide recipients with a single complete and
This notice sets forth the text of a new rulemaking protocol adopted by the LSC Board of Directors which will govern LSC rulemaking activities and announces the establishment of a mailing list for persons and organizations wishing to be notified of future LSC rulemakings.
This final rule revises the Legal Services Corporation's rule on timekeeping to assure that allocations of expenditures of LSC funds are supported by accurate records. The final rule requires that recipient time records for attorneys and paralegals reflect the date as well as the amount of time spent on each case, matter or supporting activity.
Program Letters 98-1 and 98-6 regarding statewide planning were issued in 1998 to solicit input on and assist recipients of Legal Services Corporation funding in improving the delivery of legal services to lowincome persons. Recipients of such funding must also agree to the Grant Assurances for FY2001 as part of the competitive bidding process.