Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project718 Arch Street, Suite 304, Philadelphia, PA 19106
To provide free legal assistance in civil matters to low-income people who are incarcerated or institutionalized.
Income guidelines: 187.5% of federal poverty level; Geographic guidelines: PA residents; Other guidelines: people who are in prisons, jails, state hospitals (because of mental illness) or state centers (because of mental retardation)
By appointment, telephone or correspondence. Collect calls are
accepted from current clients only, Monday through Friday from
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Due to a large volume of requests for legal assistance, Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project (PILP) has a staff person who responds to every inquiry. An assessment of legal merit is made and if appropriate, information and referrals are given.
Civil legal matters of incarcerated or institutionalized low-income people.
Direct legal services to low-income people in PA who are in prisons, jails, state hospitals, or state centers.
Angus Love, Esq.
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