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The Night Ministry is an organization that provides housing, health care and human connection to people struggling with poverty or homelessness. Through its Outreach Bus, Youth Outreach Van and Youth Shelter Network, it works on the streets of...

Parents who are in the middle of divorce or separation often hire a lawyer or marital counselor to help work out their differences, especially when it comes to a co-parenting plan for the children.

Low-income families who can’t afford those services must find other resources. In central...

For most people, buying a home is a huge investment. They don’t want to leave anything to chance, and thanks to Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, they don’t have to.

ATG was established 50 years ago by Urbana attorneys Stanley B. Balbach, Richard L. Thies and Charles M. Webber in the belief...

Alice Noble-Allgire is on a mission to turn today’s high school students from diverse backgrounds into tomorrow’s attorneys. She’s doing that by running a different kind of summer camp – one without swimming, smores and other traditional camp activities. 


Stay-at home-lawyers are often eager to take on pro bono cases -- at a time that is convenient for their schedules. The Pro Bono Network enables them to do that.

The organization partners with existing legal aid groups to set up trainings,...

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