Kenneth Trujillo-Jamison Elected to Be Treasurer of Inner City Law Center Board

    On November 17, 2020, Senior Associate Kenneth Trujillo-Jamison was elected to serve as the Treasurer of the Board of Directors for Inner City Law Center (ICLC), a leading non-profit poverty law firm serving the poorest and most vulnerable residents of Los Angeles.

    This election reflects Kenneth’s leadership in Los Angeles’ legal community, as well as his dedication to helping underserved communities.

    ICLC’s mission is to end the homelessness crisis by providing free legal services to Los Angeles’ poorest and most vulnerable residents. Each year, ICLC serves over 5,000 homeless, disabled, and working poor families. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for ICLC’s free legal services has dramatically increased as a plethora of pandemic-related legal issues have exacerbated already critical issues such as evictions and access to key public benefits.

    In addition to his ICLC board membership, Kenneth has also served as the President, and is a current board member of, the Housing Rights Center, which is Los Angeles’ largest public interest law organization dedicated to enforcing fair housing laws.

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