Give to the Max!

On October 31, 2017 By

LegalCORPS is excited to join other Minnesota nonprofits and generous donors again this year for Give to the Max Day!

We’re happy to announce that this year you can make your donation anytime from November 1 through November 16, and that all donations will be processed in real time. The hoopla is all about the big [...]

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Hear the latest about our Entrepreneurs of Color Initiative in this video featuring interviews with clients, volunteers, and partner organizations.

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Thank you to those of you who attended one of our Cybersecurity workshops. We hope you found it useful. To anyone else, we hope you find these materials useful for protecting your business. Feel free to email with questions.

Video of the December 6th Cyber Security Workshop is now available! Please use these videos [...]

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Join us Thursday, October 12 for this FREE event at the Minneapolis Central Library! Space is limited, so register now.

We’re excited to be partnering with Appetite for Change, City of Minneapolis Community Planning and Economic Development, Community Reinvestment Fund, Hennepin County Library, J.J. Hill Center, U.S. Small Business Administration, University of St. Thomas [...]

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Join us as we celebrate another year of exceptional business pro bono legal services!   Monday, October 2, 2017 – 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Program Begins at 6:00 p.m. SURLY Destination Brewery 520 Malcolm Avenue SE Minneapolis



Great Beer    ♦    Delicious Appetizers    ♦    Camaraderie & [...]

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August 21, 8:45 – 11:30 a.m.

Dorsey & Whitney

50 South 6th St #1500

Minneapolis, MN 55402


$15 registration

2 CLEs have been applied for: 1 anti-bias, 1 ethics

Reminder: attorneys have until August 31 to complete and submit CLE requirements following the June 30 reporting period.


Elimination of Bias



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Many Minnesota faith congregations have responded to the Trump Administration’s changes in immigration enforcement policy by offering to provide “sanctuary” to vulnerable immigrants in immediate danger of deportation. Many more are currently discerning whether to take that step.

Congregations discerning their role in offering sanctuary need pro bono lawyers to help them understand the legal [...]

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Improving Outcomes for Entrepreneurs of Color

As part of LegalCORPS’ commitment to expanding access to justice for low-income businesses and non-profit organizations, the Entrepreneurs of Color Initiative was launched to focus on the business needs in communities of color.

Entrepreneurship boosts family income, creates jobs, promotes growth, and contributes to the overall vitality of [...]

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