Foley attorneys represent the victims of racial injustice and inequity in all stages of litigation. Foley attorneys provide plaintiff-side assistance to initiate claims against racially-motivated wrongdoers. They also defend minority defendants that are wrongfully accused of crimes involving racial animus. Foley attorneys also represent economically-disadvantaged minorities that are susceptible to various other legal issues, such as landlord-tenant eviction proceedings and the protection of prisoners’ First and Fourteenth Amendment rights.
Foley secured a victory on behalf of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors when the Los Angeles County Superior Court denied a County resident’s petition that sought to block return of Bruce’s Beach, a Black-owned property illegally condemned in the 1920s, to the legal heirs of Charles and Willa Bruce.
Foley is assisting in the representation of low income residents accessing or paying for medical care.
Foley is assisting in ongoing representation of a client that posted a video of former classmate using a racial slur, against any claims.
Foley is partnering with the Inner City Law Center, seeking to stop the eviction of dozens of tenants, and also seeking damages for habitability issues.
Foley is assisting the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida on a pro bono project to address an issue of great importance to indigent defendants charged with criminal ordinance violations but who are not provided with defense counsel in violation of the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Teaming with the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program, Foley has helped clients adopt children, we have defended a client who lost her job because of COVID-19 against her landlord’s eviction proceeding, and even assisted with divorces.
Foley attorneys regularly assist Health Law Advocates with various pro bono cases.
Foley partners with the Eviction Defense Project to represent multiple clients possibly facing eviction.
Foley assists in providing pro bono services when needed, in partnership with the Milwaukee Muslim Women’s Coalition.