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2019 Community Report

We are grateful to all our supporters and volunteers for helping Children’s Law Center continue to make positive impact in the lives of Minnesota’s foster youth.  We thank each and every one of you for you supporting us… Read More

May 2020 Newsletter

News about our fall benefit, celebrating the volunteer of the year, May Foster Care Month, gratitude for our community during this time, and much more. Take a look! Please click on this link to view the May 2020… Read More

Preventing Homelessness for Foster Care Youth. Thank you, Pohlad!

Pohlad Family Foundation Homeless Prevention Program This research and resource production was funded by the Pohlad Family Foundation Homeless Prevention Program. Our gratitude to the Pohlad Family Foundation for their generous funding, innovation and willingness to be the nexus… Read More

March 2020 Newsletter

Please click here to read the March newsletter.  Thank you.

Legal Advocacy for Youth During COVID-19

CLC’s focus is to continue our services while being safe regarding COVID-19. CLC legal team and volunteer attorneys continue to regularly connect with clients via facetime and phone calls, and submit motions as needed. We know that youth… Read More

January 2020 Newsletter

Please click on this link to view the  January Newsletter.   

Meet the 2019 Summer Interns

Legal Intern Audrey Meyer (Pictured on Right) I am a rising 3L at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, where I am a student ambassador and Moot Court Director. I received my BS in Professional Writing at… Read More

CLC Staff Participates in Successful Guinness World Record Attempt

Wednesday, August 8, 2018, Children’s Law Center of Minnesota had the honor of participating in the Simon Says Give official Guinness World Records – High Five for Supplies backpack event at the Mall of America. The volunteers stuffed over 8,000… Read More

Become a volunteer attorney with CLC or support CLC financially – Here is why!

Watch this story and hear directly from CLC staff, a CLC volunteer attorney and a former client on how CLC volunteer attorneys make a difference in the lives of foster care children and youth. Watch the story here.

McKenna’s Law

Minnesota children who are subjects of a juvenile protection petition have a right to a lawyer … and if a child desires a lawyer, the court shall appoint a lawyer to represent the child who is ten years of age or order.