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University Law Group: Low Bono Services

Submitted by Misha Cohen on Sat, 03-01-2014
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College of Law Announces University Law Group to Provide Low Bono Services to Underserved Populations
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U Law Today: The University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law
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The University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law today announced that the new University Law Group program will begin offering low-cost legal services to Utahns, focusing on traditionally underserved populations while providing recent graduates with invaluable real world legal experience.
University Law Group will provide relatively simple, short-term legal services to its clients. Over time, organizers expect the program will grow to address the basic legal needs of hundreds of Utahns each year. Many University Law Group services will be based on flat-rate fee arrangements, and costs will be limited to facilitate access to justice for small business and working families. Some of these services are likely to include advice on employment matters, family law, bankruptcy, minor trusts and estates, entity organization for start-up businesses, contractual disputes, small claims preparation, and research assistance.
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