Several state and local resources provide legal assistance - listed below is a selective sample:
Provides free and low-cost legal services in family law and criminal misdemeanor defense cases.
Offers free, independent guidance (up to two hours) from a lawyer to move forward in federal civil litigation for individuals representing themselves.
Provides legal services to low-income people. Areas of law include, but are not limited to, consumer law, family law, housing, and senior law.
A community legal information and referral service staffed by volunteer Marquette University law students working with, and supervised by licensed attorneys. See hours and locations.
The MJC is a collaborative project of Milwaukee County Clerk of Courts, Milwaukee Bar Association, and Marquette University Law School to assist self-represented litigants access the justice system.
A Mobile Legal Clinic brings walk-in services to local neighborhoods.