Frontline Legal Services

Frontline Legal Services was founded in 2015 to meet the legal needs of Louisiana citizens living with HIV and their family members who have experienced legal challenges related to their HIV/AIDS status. To serve the state’s most marginalized individuals, Frontline hosts legal clinics across rural and metropolitan areas of Louisiana in prisons, jails, hospitals, hospices, homes, and HIV organizations.

Through the Clinical Legal Services Project, Frontline will expand their Prison Clinic Program; train the next generation of public health advocates by the placement of students, law clerks, and volunteers over the course of the year; and publish a best practices manual for HIV legal clinics.