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What’s New at WomensLaw?

WomensLaw staff is constantly updating the “plain language” legal information and resources on WomensLaw.org. In addition to making sure that the existing information is up-to-date, staff also adds new information on a regular basis.

What’s new:

  • April 2021

    We updated the contact information for two listings in our New Jersey Lawyer Referral Services page. We also added information about the Reduced Fee Referral Program to the Morris County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service description. Changes made in English and Spanish.

  • April 2021

    We added one new resource, Victims’ Safe Harbor Foundation, Inc., to our Florida Legal Assistance page in English. Spanish soon to come.

  • April 2021

    On our South Carolina Places that Help page, we updated 56 Courthouse Locations.

  • March 2021

    On our Nebraska Places that Help page, we updated 135 resources as follows: 1 Statewide Programs, 26 Local Programs, 14 Legal Assistance, 1 Lawyer Referral Services, 93 Courthouse Locations. We also added 4 organizations to our Local Programs page and 1 new Courthouse Location. All changes were made in English and, for the first time, all resources were translated into Spanish!

  • April 2021

    We updated and reorganized our Minnesota State Gun Laws section to make it more state specific and easier to use. This change is in English, but Spanish is coming soon! We also added six related statutes to our Selected Minnesota Statutes section. 

For more information, visit WomensLaw.org