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Legal Aid, in partnership with MinnPost and Far North Spirits, provides opportunities for you to enjoy a drink and appetizers as you learn about today's topical legal and policy matters. Our ...continue reading
See how #LegalAidHelps people get healthcare with a boost from @bcbsmnfdn's Access to Coverage Grant Program: ...continue reading
"Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid (MMLA), Minnesota’s largest civil legal aid provider, today announced that its Board of Directors has selected Andrew (Drew) Schaffer as the organization’s new ...continue reading
In repsonse to ongoing school nutrition issues around the country, the Legal Services Advocacy Project's 2014 School Lunch Study is again published as a resource. You can read the report here. ...continue reading
Sixth Annual Legal Aid Access to Justice Luncheon
Thursday, March 30, 2017 – 11:30-1:00 p.m.
Courtyard by Marriott St. Cloud, The Grand Ballroom
404 W. St. Germain, St. Cloud
Keynote Speaker Secretary of State Steve Simon
The Bar Examination – Legal topics served straight up
Presented by Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid together with MinnPost and Far North Spirits
Our first Bar Examination is:Thursday, March 23, from 5-8 pm (program at 6:00)
The topic will be Healthcare Access, Cost and Coverage — What’s Next?
The featured speaker is Jim Eppel, President and CEO of UCare.
Food Building in Northeast Minneapolis (1401 Marshall St. N.E.)
Please join us for drinks, appetizers together with engaging and informative conversation.
$5 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Minnesota Disability Law Center is excited to announce two new webinars for parents with children or young adults. One webinar focuses on the fundamentals of special education law, ...continue reading
The Minnesota Legal Services Coalition has published an economic impact study for legal aid efforts in the state. Read the full report here. ...continue reading
The December 2016 isssue of Bench & Bar magazine features an essay on diversity and inclusion by MMLA Executive Director Cathy Haukedahl. Read it here. ...continue reading
When our client Bradford Teslow's application for a position as site supervisor was not even considered, he brought a human rights complaint. Read the Star Tribune article here. ...continue reading