While we believe all our work is noteworthy, a few things stand out that we’d like to share. Read on to stay informed about the many great things happening at SMRLS.

2015 Report to the Community

March 3, 2016

The Racial Justice Committee is a part of Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (“SMRLS”) and serves to welcome all clients, encourages and supports a diverse staff, and advocates effectively to eliminate barriers for persons of color and to ensure their equal access to and fair treatment by SMRLS and the legal system. This is their 2015 Report to the Community.

U Visa: Relief for Non-Immigrants

February 22, 2016

If you are undocumented, have been the victim of a serious crime in the U.S., and cooperated with law enforcement to investigate the crime, you may be eligible for the U visa.

Attorney New Years Resolution

January 12, 2016

Make a fresh start in 2016 that can make a big impact – work with a SMRLS client as a volunteer attorney.

Video of SMRLS' Annual Luncheon

December 8, 2015

This is a full recording of SMRLS' 25th Annual Fall Luncheon Celebration at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront hotel on November 24, 2015.

Back to School

August 31, 2015

Get ready for back to school and learn more about SMRLS' Education Law Advocacy Project.

Project HOPE: A New Chapter

July 23, 2015

Project HOPE has been SMRLS’ response to homelessness in Ramsey County for more than 20 years. The project is now starting a new phase.

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