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Minnesota's Legal Community Serving the Public Good is a unique collaboration of the Minnesota public interest legal community. The Minnesota Legal Services Coalition, Minnesota State Bar Association, Legal Services Advocacy Project, and the federal Legal Services Corporation worked together to develop

Minnesota Legal Services Coalition
The Coalition is an association of legal services programs in Minnesota that help low-income people with a broad range of civil legal matters.

Legal Services Advocacy Project
The Legal Services Advocacy Project (LSAP) represents the interests of low-income Minnesotans through legislative and administrative advocacy. LSAP is a statewide division of Mid-Minnesota Legal Assistance (MMLA), a non-LSC-funded program.

Minnesota State Bar Association
The Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) is a voluntary organization of legal professionals who live in or practice law in Minnesota. The MSBA organizes committees and outreach programs to meet the needs of legal professionals, and to help the citizens of Minnesota find the legal help they need.

Legal Services Corporation
Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is a federal non-profit agency that provides funding to state legal services programs across the country. is funded in part by an LSC Technology Initiative Grant.

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