To provide a full range of high quality legal services to low-income persons and eligible client groups in civil matters, in a respectful manner which enables clients to (1) enforce their legal rights; (2) obtain effective access to the courts, administrative agencies and forums which constitute our system of justice; (3) maintain freedom from hunger, homelessness, sickness and abuse; (4) empower persons and assure equal opportunity, thus, helping people to help themselves and become economically self-reliant, to the extent their individual abilities and circumstances permit. SMRLS, through a diverse, respectful and fair working environment, and legal assistance and community education activities, promotes and respects the dignity of low-income persons and seeks new and effective solutions to the critical and common legal problems of low-income persons which arise in a broad community context.
Volunteers will prep and help paint several office areas.
Parking is available in the Alliance Bank Parking ramp, with the entrance on 6th Street. Credit card is needed for the ramp. Meter parking is also available on the streets around the office, as well as several other parking ramps nearby.
Volunteers should come to the 2nd floor elevators where staff will be waiting to escort.
What to Wear
Clothes appropriate for painting.
The minimum age to volunteer is 16 years old.
Hosted by University of Minnesota Law School
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