United Way Building, 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA, 19103
To advance the constitutional promise of equal citizenship to all persons irrespective of race, ethnicity, national origin, disability, gender or poverty. PILCOP uses public education, continuing education for clients and client organizations, research, negotiation and, when necessary, the courts to achieve systemic reforms that advance the central goals of self-advocacy, social justice and equal protection of the law for all members of society.
No income guidelines
All requests for legal assistance are reviewed by lawyers.
Public school quality and finance reform; fair housing and lending; child custody and foster care; police accountability; education for
children with disabilities; deinstitutionalization for people with
disabilities; the delivery of health care services to children; and
PILCOP provides representation in the above-referenced areas.
Jennifer R. Clarke, Esq.
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