Michelle Mason, senior associate dean of Florida International University’s Law Practice, officially launches the program at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. The program will provide legal services to families who do not qualify for free legal services but still face difficulties affording a lawyer.
Michelle Mason, senior associate dean of Florida International University’s Law Practice, officially launches the program at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. The program will provide legal services to families who do not qualify for free legal services but still face difficulties affording a lawyer. SYDNEY PEREIRA spereira@miamiherald.com
Michelle Mason, senior associate dean of Florida International University’s Law Practice, officially launches the program at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday. The program will provide legal services to families who do not qualify for free legal services but still face difficulties affording a lawyer. SYDNEY PEREIRA spereira@miamiherald.com

Many families struggle to afford a lawyer. This FIU program could help.

August 25, 2017 05:06 PM

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