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Access to Civil Legal Services
This resource is to help individuals find free or low-cost civil (non-criminal) legal services. Learn More
Through testing, peer review from lawyers and judges, and documenting experience, the MSBA Legal Specialist Certification Program measures a lawyer's expertise in the specialty area. Find a Certified Specialist
Complaints Against Attorneys
The Minnesota State Bar Association is a voluntary association of attorneys, law school students and paralegals/legal assistants in the state of Minnesota. The MSBA does NOT license attorneys to practice law in Minnesota. To file a complaint, contact the Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board
The MSBA makes certain membership information available to organizations that align with the mission and goals of the MSBA on the condition the promotional information is deemed useful or relevant to our members. Download Order Form
Minnesota State Bar Foundation
The Minnesota State Bar Foundation is a foundation of the Minnesota State Bar Association and exists for the express purpose of providing monetary grants to community and bar law-related programs and activities. Learn More
Trust Accounting Guides
Step-by-step guides on how to use specific software programs to set up and manage a law firm's Interest on Lawyers Trust Account (IOLTA) available here.
The Minnesota Judicial Branch provides legal forms in areas such as family law, domestic abuse, conciliation/small claims court, criminal matters, housing and landlord-tenant matters, motor vehicles, and probate. Court Forms
Other legal forms available to the public: Health Care Directive Form Residential Real Estate Committee Forms