March 30, 2020
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AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania offers remote services during COVID-19 shutdowns

Like many other integral businesses in Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the nonprofit public interest law firm AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania (ALPP) continues to provide its clients with remote legal services during state-wide shutdowns to thwart the spread of the new coronavirus. New and existing clients can still reach ALPP staff by phone or email. | From: Philadelphia Gay News (Read more.)

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AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania offers remote services during COVID-19 shutdowns

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Like many other integral businesses in Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the nonprofit public interest law firm AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania (ALPP) continues to provide its clients with remote legal services during state-wide shutdowns to thwart the spread of the new coronavirus. New and existing clients can still reach ALPP staff by phone or email. | From: Philadelphia Gay News (Read more.)

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AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania offers remote services during COVID-19 shutdowns

Like many other integral businesses in Philadelphia and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the nonprofit public interest law firm AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania (ALPP) continues to provide its clients with remote legal services during state-wide shutdowns to thwart the spread of the new coronavirus. New and existing clients can still reach ALPP staff by phone or email. | From: Philadelphia Gay News (Read more.)

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