Our Legal Partners
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Helping You Overcome Legal Obstacles
Lawyers for Learners partners with experienced legal experts from legal aid providers, law firms and businesses. Committed to helping people overcome legal obstacles, they volunteer their time and expertise to explain the legal process, answer questions and provide legal advice.
Ascendium Education Group, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is the nation’s largest federal student loan guarantor, a leading postsecondary education philanthropy and a provider of student success services for postsecondary institutions.
The City of Madison Department of Civil Rights is responsible for ensuring that the rights of all people are respected and that all people are given the equal opportunities to succeed based upon their personal merits. The department serves as a focal point for affirmative action, disability rights, equal opportunities, racial equity and social justice in the region.
The Community Immigration Law Center strives to ensure dignity and access to justice for people, especially those facing deportation, by providing legal representation and consultations, as well as support and education regarding immigration issues for the community at large.
Community Justice Inc. (CJI) is a nonprofit law firm that provides people with access to justice by offering affordable legal services from qualified and dedicated attorneys. CJI works with low-income families and individuals to secure fair representation in court, protecting the legal rights of those who would otherwise face the system alone.
The Family Court Clinic, part of the University of Wisconsin Law School, provides free legal information and, in some cases, free legal representation to people with limited circumstances. The Family Court Clinic can help with family law matters, such as divorce and legal separation, child custody and placement, child support and more.
The Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic, part of the University of Wisconsin Law School, provides free legal services to nascent entrepreneurs and early stage companies through the work of law students supervised by faculty and private sector attorneys.
Legal Action of Wisconsin is the state’s largest nonprofit law firm providing free civil legal services to Wisconsin clients at the most vulnerable times in their lives. For more than 50 years, Legal Action of Wisconsin has changed and improved lives by making sure the civil legal system works for everyone.
LIFT Wisconsin provides efficient, technology-driven legal assistance to clear civil legal barriers to economic prosperity for Wisconsin families, to transform legal and court systems to prevent economic drags and to contribute to national reform movements to improve access to civil legal justice.
The Neighborhood Law Clinic, part of the University of Wisconsin Law School, provides free legal information and, in some cases, free legal representation to people with limited circumstances in Dane County and surrounding counties. The Neighborhood Law Clinic helps with legal problems involving rental housing and employment law.
Ogden Glazer + Schaefer, a full-service business firm, works in intellectual property prosecution and licensing, emerging companies, mergers and acquisitions, food and beverage regulations and a whole host of other areas.
Wisconsin Judicare Inc. is a nonprofit law firm dedicated to providing equal access to justice to Wisconsin residents. Located in Wausau, Wisconsin Judicare is the civil legal service provider for Wisconsin’s northern 33 counties and 11 federally recognized Indian tribes.