News, information, and commentary by The Center for HIV Law and Policy.

The Center for HIV Law & Policy has been working with a coalition of legal and public health advocates to overturn the prison sentence of Q.L.T., a woman whose sentence was extended because of the fact that she is HIV-positive and pregnant. We are happy to report that thanks to the efforts of Ms. T’s attorney, Zachary Heiden of the Maine ACLU, and the amicus brief CHLP helped to draft and coordinate, Judge Woodcock released Ms. T on bail on Monday, June 14, 2009, pending her appeal before the First Circuit.

The Center for HIV Law & Policy is conducting a brief survey to identify the legal services needs of people living with HIV in the South.

Join us for an evening of savory food, wine, and exceptional music with Grammy-nominated jazz pianist and composer Uri Caine.

Enjoy a rare opportunity to experience this groundbreaking performer in a lovely, intimate setting while benefiting an important cause and a unique organization.

The redesigned Resource Bank now offers sophisticated search and sort features that make it easier than ever to find the resources you need.

It is care providers’ failure to offer an HIV test, not patient protections such as documenting informed consent, that is the overwhelming cause of lower-than-acceptable HIV testing rates.


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