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The history of Black lawyers in Wisconsin is a rich one. There are
many untold stories of attorneys who fought for civil rights and the
dignity of Black people during a tumultuous time when there were very
few Black lawyers.
Dealing with legal issues and not sure where to turn? The Legal Assistance Clinic may be able to help!
About the Clinic
Legal issues can be a big obstacle for students and other community members. They can interfere with success in school and undermine family well-being. As an inclusive resource hub in our community, Madison College is hosting a free legal clinic providing advice to both students and our area neighbors at no charge. Staffed by several Madison-area partner organizations, the clinic can help with a variety of legal issues, including:
Child Support and Family Law
Driver's License Restoration
The Clinic is hosted at the Goodman South Campus, 2429 Perry Street, Madison - but appointments may be available at other campuses. Call (608) 243-4200 with any questions.
Getting Started with Blackboard
1. Create / Activate your Student Account
You can login to Blackboard with your college username or email address and password usually within about 10 minutes after creating your account. Sometimes it takes an overnight process.
A paralegal is a person, qualified by education, training or work experience who is employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency or other entity and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible. This guide is not intended to provide legal advice.