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UConn to offer free tuition to low income students

The University of Connecticut is offering lower-income Connecticut residents free tuition starting with the fall 2020 entering class. For a family in Connecticut with an annual household income of $50,000 or below, their child will be able to attend UConn tuition-free under the new plan just announced on October 4th, 2019. The Connecticut Commitment award […]


Roadmap to Reentry: A Connecticut Legal Guide

Our Roadmap to Reentry Legal Guide is an essential resource for navigating the legal impact of a criminal record on getting ID, housing, public benefits, and family issues. This is a new statewide first-of-its-kind legal guide that empowers Connecticut residents to navigate reentry. This reentry guide is an in-depth yet simple to read legal resource. […]

Connecticut Residents Should Grab Camera and a Watertight Bag to Avoid Disaster-Related Legal Issues

For Immediate Release: May 28, 2019 CONTACT: Attorney Kristen Noelle Hatcher Email: Phone: 860-225-8678  As the extreme weather season begins, hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, and other natural disasters threaten to bring myriad civil legal problems for Connecticut residents, from accessing critical disaster assistance to securing temporary housing to handling insurance claims. Connecticut Legal Services will […]

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