One of the UW Law School’s clinics is making news, this time on WPR. The Law and Entrepreneurship clinic helped out over 300 clients in the past year, navigating tricky issues involving beginning new businesses. For more details and an interview with Anne Smith, check out WPR’s page on the L&E clinic here.
The Milwaukee Justice Center, a service of the Milwaukee Bar Association and the Marquette University Law School, offers assistance to low-income self-represented litigants through court-based self-help desks and legal resources.
Legal advice is not provided, but extensive guides with links to legal forms help users navigate issues such as divorce, child custody, child support, landlord/tenant disputes, name changes, or small claims in the Milwaukee County’s court system.
Volunteer staff are also available in Room G9 of the Milwaukee County Courthouse, and free, walk-in legal clinics are offered (see web site for hours)
Source: Now @ MPL