High-school teacher uses law degree to help students

01/20/2012 | Chicago News Cooperative

A high-school history teacher in Chicago launched the Chicago Law and Education Foundation, a free clinic that offers legal resources after school to students and their families. Dennis Kass, who also has a law degree, said the program offers advice at nine high schools. Kass said he has helped thousands of people and handled issues such as evictions, arrests and domestic abuse.

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