Central Minnesota Legal Services (CMLS), a provider of civil legal services to low-income persons in 21 counties in central Minnesota for more than 40 years, recently rolled out a new and improved website for its clients. The new site offers streamlined and easy to use navigation, along with the ability to apply for legal aid online. Visitors can find available legal clinics, the kinds of cases CMLS takes, and what to expect when making contact with legal aid for the first time. The website design team included Amanda Sauber, supervising legal assistant; Jessica Mastaller, volunteer attorney coordinator; and Terri Thorson, managing attorney.
"CMLS is excited to launch our new user friendly and mobile friendly website. As the first stop for information for so many people is now the web, our redesigned website will help our clients, pro bono attorneys, and the public find information about CMLS more easily," said executive director, Jean Lastine. Visit CMLS at www.centralmnlegal.org.