The effort, launched this month by St. Paul-based Legal Services State Support and the California-based digital design firm Y Media Labs, created a bigger and better LawHelpMN.org website to respond to a host of rising needs in Minnesota.

The newly revised website and app expands access of pro bono law information and services to Minnesotans in need.

Read Star Tribune article here.

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