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Wisconsin Legal Aid & Pro Bono Lawyers

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   Legal Action of Wisconsin Inc.
230 West Wells Street Room 800, Milwaukee, WI 53203-1866, (414) 278-7722
   Legal Services of Northeastern Wisconsin, Inc.
   Senior Law (Legal Action of Wisconsin)
"SeniorLAW is a program which gives free benefits assistance to Milwaukee County residents 60 years and older. The program is made up of Benefit Specialists who provide information and assistance and attorneys who provide representation in appropriate court cases. Our services are free of charge."
   Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy
"The Wisconsin Coalition for Advocacy (WCA) is a private, nonprofit agency chosen by Wisconsin's Governor to provide protection and advocacy for people with disabilities throughout the state. WCA is completely independent of state government and direct service providers."
   Wisconsin Equal Justice Fund, Inc.
   Wisconsin Judicare Inc.
300 Third Street Suite 210, P.O. Box 6100, Wausau, WI 54402-6100, (800) 472-1638
   Directory of Law School Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs (American Bar Association)
   Handbook of the Streets - Minneapolis 19th ed. (2018-2019) by St. Stephen's Human Services (January 1, 2018) (St. Stephen's Human Services)
"A Resource Guide for People in Need." Includes legal services, along with food, shelter, public assistance, health care, education, employment, services for immigrants, and more.

103 pages.

   Handbook of the Streets - Saint Paul 15th ed. (2019 - 2020) by St. Stephen's Human Services (January 1, 2019) (St. Stephen's Human Services)
"A Resource Guide for People in Need."

Includes legal services, along with food, shelter, public assistance, health care, education, employment, services for immigrants, and more.

68 pages.

   Legal Services Corporation Programs Map (Legal Services Corporation)
Select any state from the map to receive information about programs funded by the Legal Services Corporation.
   The Advocates for Human Rights
"Provides investigative fact finding, direct legal representation, collaboration for education and training, and a broad distribution of publications."

Visit their Legal services page for information about service to Asylum Seekers, Detained Immigrants, and Walk-in Legal Clinics).

Formerly known as Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights.

   Upper Midwest Pension Rights Project
"Provide[s] free legal counseling services to individuals in the five-state region of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota and South Dakota."
   Volunteer Attorney Program, Duluth, Minnesota (Volunteer Attorney Program)

"We provide free legal services for eligible clients in the following counties:

St. Louis - North and South, Lake Cook, Itasca, Carlton, Pine, Kanabec, Aitkin, Cass and Crow Wing
The Volunteer Attorney Program cannot accept any fee generating cases or criminal matters."

Provides mediation through Northland Mediation Service as well as the Pro Se Attorney Assisted Divorce Clinic, the Kids Law Projects, and Kids First, a parental education seminar.

"The majority of our caseload is family law (divorce, custody, visitation, adjudication) and bankruptcy."

See also:
  • Wisconsin Government Lawyers
  • Wisconsin Pro Bono Resource Center
  • Wisconsin Public Defenders
  • Poverty Law
  • Pro Bono & Pro Se
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