IPP hosts a bi-monthly drop-in legal clinic via Zoom every first Tuesday of the month from 4 PM-5 PM Central Time and every third Saturday of the month from 9 AM-10 AM CST.
Our legal clinic will provide legal advice and consultation to people who have loved ones incarcerated in the Illinois Department of Corrections.
Clinic hours will focus on commutation and administrative remedies and is a great opportunity to ask questions directly to one of our attorneys. Fill out the form to register for the event. IPP also holds regular teach-ins via Zoom around our Commutation Toolkit for families and loved ones. To stay updated on our upcoming events, please follow us on Facebook.
If you are an attorney and would like a copy of our COVID-19 Toolkit for Lawyers, please fill out the following form.
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