The Legal Services Corporation is getting mostly good marks from government auditors, two years after a pair of reports questioned the management practices at the largest funding source for civil legal aid.

In 2007, the Government Accountability Office released two reports critical of the nonprofit corporation’s governance. Among other things, it criticized the lack of an audit committee among the corporation’s directors and what it called inadequate review of management.

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