The Online Resource for Massachusetts Poverty Law Advocates

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Recent Library Content

01/18/2019 - MLRI
Massachusetts Law Reform Institute (MLRI) has compiled information on the federal government shutdown and specifically what is happening to... Read more
01/17/2019 - US DOE OCR
The Department’s initiative will include the following three components: Compliance Reviews CRDC (Civil Rights Data Collection) Data... Read more
01/16/2019 - Pro Bono Training Institute
PBTI has created several training courses designed to assist legal aid attorneys interact with interpreters in a legal office setting.... Read more
01/17/2019 - MLRI
The charts below set forth the annual, monthly and weekly 2019 Federal Poverty Guidelines (based on HHS thresholds).  In addition, the... Read more
09/13/2016 - MLRI
Date: 9/13/16 Location: MLRI Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Materials: 1. HLAB Proposed Model Custody Statute Links: Current 208, sec. 31... Read more

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