Milwaukee Bar Association: To offer free legal information clinics on National Law Day

For more information please contact:

Britt Wegner

Office: 414-276-5931

Cell: 414-333-8479

E-mail: [email protected]



MILWAUKEE, WI – April 27, 2015 – In celebration of National Law Day, the Milwaukee Bar Association (MBA) will be providing FREE legal information clinics Saturday, May 9, 2015, from 10:0 0 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The free legal information clinics will be held at four metro Milwaukee locations:

– South Side – Forest Home Library

MJC Mobile Legal Clinic present/Spanish Interpreters Available

1432 W. Forest Home Ave.

Milwaukee, WI

– Downtown – Central Library

814 W. Wisconsin Ave.

Milwaukee, WI

– North Side – Center Street Library

2727 W. Fond du Lac Ave.

Milwaukee, WI

– West Side – Brown Deer Library

5600 W. Bradley Rd.

Brown Deer, WI

Each location’s “legal team” will be made up of members of the MBA as well as other volunteer lawyers from the Milwaukee area. The attorneys will be available to answer general legal questions, provide insight into the practice of law, and answer general questions on the judicial branch of our local, state and federal government. For situations requiring further assistance, the attorneys will be giving out appropriate resource referrals.

“The legal clinics are part of the National Law Day Education Program which is in its 52nd year. Law Day is designed to help alleviate the confusion, anxiety, and fear that can result when individuals participate in the legal process,” says Britt Wegner, Director of the MBA’s Lawyer Referral and Information Service. “Law Day is one of many free services that the Milwaukee Bar Association provides to the greater Milwaukee community.”

For more information on the 57th Annual Law Day please contact the Milwaukee Bar Association at 414-276-5931 or [email protected]

About the Milwaukee Bar Association
Established in 1858, the Milwaukee Bar Association is the fifth oldest bar association in the country. The MBA aids in the administration of justice, promotes high standards of learning and professional conduct, provides opportunities for law-related community service and fosters collegiality within the legal community. For more information, visit