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Month: February 2014

The Legal Implications of Climate Change

Posted on February 25, 2014 Federal Law,General,In The News,Local News,State Law

Snowfall again blankets North America during a tediously long winter that has followed on the tail of another unusual weather reading and rare phenomena such as Superstorm Sandy.  Conversation continues to focus on the impact of climate change.  Will this ever end?  What’s next?  How will climate change affect the American people and economy in… read more

Access to Justice: Legal Resources in Wisconsin (Part III of III)

Posted on February 18, 2014 General,In The News,Local News,Myth Debunker

In addition to public defender offices and legal aid programs, pro bono services are also available to assist low-income individuals with legal issues. The term “pro bono” comes from the Latin phrase pro bono publico, meaning “for the public good.” Pro bono services are legal services offered by attorneys and legal professionals either without payment… read more

Access to Justice: Legal Resources in Wisconsin (Part II of III)

Posted on February 11, 2014 General,Local News,State Law,You’re Injured, Now What?

Though the right to counsel in criminal matters is guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment to the United States Constitution, this right is not guaranteed in matters of civil law. Various other resources exist, however, that allow individuals with limited financial resources to seek help for their legal issues. One such resource is legal aid. Legal… read more

Access to Justice: Legal Resources in Wisconsin (Part I of III)

Posted on February 6, 2014 In The News,Local News,State Law

Legal predicaments place an undue hardship on the lives of many people, and they are often resolved only with the help of a competent attorney. Unfortunately, limited financial resources preclude many individuals from hiring an attorney to resolve their legal issues. What results is a gap in the “accessibility of justice” between individuals who can… read more