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HIV Law Project has handled more than 20,000 cases since its inception in 1989. The sheer volumn of cases speaks to the fact that the AIDS epidemic continues to rage in New York City, particularly 
among the poor, the disenfranchised, and the underserved.

News Releases & Media

HIV Law Project Joins Mobilization to End AIDS | JUNE 2011
HIV Law Project joined other international and local activists in a protest march to demand that world leaders keep their promise to achieving universal access to treatment.

Universal Access to HIV Care & Treatment Now | MAY 2011
A study by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) finds that early initiation of HIV treatment nearly eliminats HIV transmission.

HIV Law Project Partners with Alabama AIDS Organizations| MAY 2011
HIV Law Project partners with AIDS Alabama, Birmingham AIDS Outreach and Legal Services Alabama to expand access to legal and advocacy services in Alabama.

Victory in School Discrimination | MAY 2011
HIV Law Project and its pro bono partner Weil, Gotshal & Manges achieved a significant victory on behalf of a young girl, who was asked to leave a private boarding school when it became known that she was HIV-positive.

Social Services for Women Living with HIV: The Facts | MAY 2011
Learn essential facts and figures from over 40 academic and government sources that have assessed the need for, and the value and impact of social services.

Will You Lead? A Guide to Grassroots Advocacy for Women Infected & Affected by HIV/AIDS | MARCH 2011
Download our new Advocacy Manual and learn about the rights of women living with or at risk for acquiring HIV.