Globe U Paralegal Faculty and Students Help Launch Free Legal Resource Clinic

Written by: Laura Nelson, Paralegal Program Chair at Globe University-Green Bay

Globe University Faculty and Students Help Support First Free Legal Resource Clinic in Green Bay 

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Paralegal Program Chair Laura Nelson participates in ribbon cutting for Green Bay’s first free legal resource clinic

Following months of collaboration with the Brown County Child Support Agency, the Wisconsin Job Center, and the Brown County Executive’s Office, attorney and Globe University-Green Bay Paralegal Program Chair Laura Nelson launched the area’s first free legal resource clinic: Legal Resources of Brown County.

Legal Resources of Brown County is a walk-in clinic offering free legal advice regarding child support, custody, placement, paternity, court deposit/refunds, evictions, tenant rights and landlord rights. The clinic is intended to serve low-income individuals who are otherwise unable to afford to pay an attorney’s consultation fee.

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