Several legal services now under one roof

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After 40 years in the Kerrytown neighborhood in downtown Ann Arbor, Legal Services of South Central Michigan (LSSCM), has moved to 15 S. Washington in the historic Smith Furniture building in downtown Ypsilanti. Michigan Advocacy Program and Michigan Legal Help Program also made the move in July. Michigan Immigrant Rights Center, Family Law Project, and Michigan Poverty Law Program will join them in the new building by year end. Pictured in front of the new location are (left to right) Diana Marin, FLS attorney; Libby Benton, LSSCM attorney; Sarah Munro, LSSCM attorney; Tonya Correll, LSSCM legal assistant; Zach Levi, LSSCM legal assistant; Ann Routt, MAP co-director; Lisa Maskill, LSSCM attorney; Tish Lee, LSSCM managing attorney; Ciara McGrane, LSSCM post-graduate fellow; Daina Robinson, LSSCM law clerk; Alex Page, LSSCM law clerk; Pablo Nuñez, FLS intern; Kathryn Haroney, LSSCM legal assistant; and Alan Baldridge, LSSCM law clerk. For additional information on these programs, visit miadvocacy.org.

– Photo courtesy of Michigan Advocacy Program