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Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Disaster Services: The Manual

Lately the Minnesota landscape seems to be about one disaster after another -- from the bridge collapse, to floods to thunderstorms of epochal proportions. It will surely give our readers some peace of mind to know that there's a one-stop source for legal information -- A Disaster Legal Services Manual -- available on the Web.

The manual is the product of the Minnesota State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section and derives from a contract that the American Bar Association has with FEMA to provide legal services, according to MSBA President Brian Melendez (right).

The way things have been going lately, you might want to print it out and store it in a safe place.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you have contact information for someone heading up work on the manual?

Barbara Jones, Associate Editor said...

Jennifer G. Daugherty (jgdaugherty@rkmc.com)