Part think tank, part advocacy group, the Center for Law and Social Policy is a national nonprofit organization with expertise in both law and policy affecting the poor. Through education, policy research and advocacy, CLASP seeks to improve the economic security of low income families with children and secure access to our civil justice system by low income persons. Its Web site features CLASP Update, a monthly report on welfare reform developments. It also maintains an extensive library of articles on legal services for the poor, child support enforcement, the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families block grant, and other topics. The site includes an overview of CLASP’s national and state projects, as well as its organization and staff.