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Welcome To Rent Court, Where Tenants Can Face A Tenuous Fate
Welcome To Rent Court, Where Tenants Can Face A Tenuous Fate
Today, more than 11 million families spend over half of their incomes on rent, and for the poor, it can be as much as 80 percent. That means millions of Americans face the threat of eviction, or they live in substandard housing because it's all they can afford. more
States Look to Provide Lawyers for the Poor in Civil Cases
States Look to Provide Lawyers for the Poor in Civil Cases
A flood of poor defendants representing themselves in dire cases has led to a push in legislatures to expand rights to free lawyers in certain civil proceedings. more
Ensuring Justice for All:  The White House Plan
Ensuring Justice for All: The White House Plan
A White House announcement on September 24, 2015, may signal a change in the federal government's involvement in access to justice efforts, bringing together 21 federal agencies to work on expanding access to legal services for the most vulnerable and undeserved people in our communities. more

Welcome to Wisconsin Judicare


Wisconsin Judicare is a non-profit law firm dedicated to providing equal access to justice to Wisconsin residents.  Located in the U.S. Bank Building in downtown Wausau, Wisconsin Judicare is the civil legal service provider for Wisconsin's northern 33 counties and 11 federally recognized Indian tribes.
 
From its inception, Wisconsin Judicare has emphasized the utilization of the private bar to represent low-income persons in conjunction with on-staff attorneys. 

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