February 26, 2018
A review of our Administrative Writs of Mandamus MCLE from this past Saturday can be found here.
February 19, 2018
An introduction to PIAC’s newest intern, Jessica Colburn, can be found here.
February 4, 2018
PIAC’s annual retreat took place on Sunday. Read here to see what was discussed.
December 26, 2017
PIAC had a busy 2017, and we’ve provided an overview here. Give it a look and help us to shape our 2018!
September 27, 2017
PIAC’s Transgender Rights MCLE Announced
PIAC is holding its first Transgender Rights MCLE September 27 at 6 PM. Baja Betty’s will be hosting this event. More details to be announced still
January 1st, 2016
PIAC’s first “Coffee with an Activist” has been scheduled.
PIAC will be hosting its first “Coffee with an Activist” talk on Wednesday January 27th, 2016 at 8:00 AM at the Living Room Cafe on El Cajon Blvd. Steve Binder, San Diego Dep. Public Defender, will be talking about the Homeless Court program. This is approved for California State Bar Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) – Elimination of Bias – 1 hour participatory credit. $15 for those taking the MCLE credit, $5 dollars otherwise. Preference given to those receiving the MCLE credit. Please RSVP at the Public Interest Advocacy Clinic’s Meetup page: http://www.meetup.com/Public-Interest-Advocacy-Clinic.
Living Room Cafe
5900 El Cajon Blvd. , San Diego, CA
July 9th, 2015
PIAC Gets 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Status!
PIAC has been approved by the IRS as a tax-exempt nonprofit. See our approval letter here.
March 9th, 2015
American Bar Association – Incubator/Residency Program
PIAC has been listed in the ABA Incubator/Residency Program directory. Click here to see our profile!
March 3rd, 2015
PIAC Mentioned in San Diego Daily Transcript
PIAC’s Bill Adams was recently interviewed by the San Diego Daily Transcript regarding the growth of legal incubator programs.
“Bill Adams, a partner at Norton Moore & Adams in San Diego, is the co-founder of a local
group called the Public Interest Advocacy Clinic, which has as one of its goals training law
students and attorneys how to advocate in the public interest. He said he came to the conference
to get a better sense of whether his group, which also plans to bring public-interest litigation,
should establish itself as a formal nonprofit. ‘Now I feel like it is viable and there is a whole
community out there that has been doing the same thing,’ Adams said.”
To read the full article, click here.