Community Partnership: Part 2 – 844-292-1318 Montana legal aid

Blackfoot River Brewing, Crowley Fleck Attorneys PLLP, and Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) join forces in this year’s Community Partnership. The three businesses share resources to brew a custom craft beer and host an event. The video was created to promote the participants and MLSA 50th anniversary of providing free civil legal services to those in our community who might not be able to do it alone.

The goals of the Community Partnership are not only to raise and donate money to an impactful organization, but to also raise awareness about the great work these non-profits doe to make Helena a great place to live.
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Video to Reach Clients: TIG 2013 – 844-292-1318 Montana legal aid

Video from the TIG conference of our Video Outreach Session.

Northwest Justice Project and Montana Legal Services Association are teaming up to share best practices on creating video content. Takeaways will include using YouTube to create interactive choose your own adventures, the real cost of creating video content and different types of animation. MLSA has been using video for the last three years to reach clients while NJP has created more than 20 videos in the last eight months. Learn from our experiences and bring your questions, also check out our YouTube channels: Montana Legal Services Association:; Northwest Justice Project-; NTAP –
Presenters: Daniel Ediger, Justice Net Project Manager, Northwest Justice Project; Alison Paul, Executive Director, Montana Legal Services Association; Brian Rowe, National Technology Assistance Project Coordinator, Northwest Justice Project

All Things Mobile – 844-292-1318 Montana legal aid

All Things Mobile

Our presenters were:

Michele Paolella, Day One New York
Gwen Daniels, Illinois Legal Aid Online
Kathleen Caldwell, Pine Tree Legal Assistance
Brian Dyer Stewart, Pine Tree Legal Assistance
Christine Mandiloff, Montana Legal Services Association
Liz Keith, Pro Bono Net

Thinking about moving your organization’s website to a mobile platform? You might consider it with the fact that 35% of Americans own smartphones and that 7% (and growing) of all web traffic is from mobile devices. Check out this webinar to hear about panelists’ experiences with and tips for SMS/text messaging, mobile “apps,” and mobile websites for their organizations.

Feedback survey available here:
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There’s a movement across many different human services fields toward providing services via web conferencing, texting, video, interactive websites and even Skype. How can organizations make the most of these technologies to provide services to geographically distributed constituents or support staff in the field? Building on a collection of case studies and best practices, Idealware will host a discussion looking in depth at examples from both the legal aid world and the wider nonprofit sector. Join us for this session, based on new Idealware research, highlighting how we can draw out lessons learned from innovation outside the legal aid sector to solve pressing remote service delivery issues for our community.

This session will be presented by:

Laura Quinn, Idealware

Kate Bladow, Powered Pursuits

Tony Lu, Immigration Advocates Network

Ed Higgins Montana Legal Services

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Who Decides How You Die? Inside Montana’s Assisted Suicide Fight – 844-292-1318 Montana legal aid

You may have the right to control your own life, but what about your own death? This is a question facing several states across the U.S., including, most recently, Vermont and Montana.

While physician aid-in-dying, or assisted suicide, has been legal in Oregon for almost two decades and legal in Washington for almost five years, other states have proved resistant to the idea. Reason TV was on the scene as this legal and moral battle played out in a somewhat surprising place: Montana, where conservative Republicans dominate local politics.

“We have a certain tradition here, going back to frontier days, of saying there are certain areas the government ought to stay out of,” says Robert Connell, a Montana attorney who argued in the state’s landmark Supreme Court case, Baxter v. Montana.

Connell’s client, U.S. Marine veteran and retired trucker Robert Baxter, suffered from a terminal illness called lymphocytic leukemia and wanted the ability to take medication that would hasten his death and end his suffering. He died before Montana’s Supreme Court could even issue the Baxter decision, which recognized a constitutional right to assisted suicide for all Montanans.

But that was just the beginning of this fight. Watch the video above to hear from legislators attempting to overturn Baxter and criminalize physician aid-in-dying once and for all, doctors who’ve risked their practices to write lethal prescriptions for suffering patients, and an elderly California man who’s decided to take matters into his own hands whether the state likes it or not.

Approximately 9:30 minutes.

Produced by Zach Weissmueller. Camera by Paul Detrick, Tracy Oppenheimer, and Weissmueller.

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Why PCAs and Legal Aid are Joining Forces – 844-292-1318 Montana legal aid

The Montana Primary Care Association (MPCA) and the Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) are working together at a statewide level to integrate legal services into the delivery of health care. Bob Marsalli, Executive Director of MPCA, and Allison Paul, Executive Director of MLSA, describe how they are doing it. Video taken at 2016 Medical-Legal Partnership Summit.
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United Way and Montana Legal Services Association – 844-292-1318 Montana legal aid

Montana Legal Services Association (MLSA) is a law firm that empowers low-income people by providing legal information, advice, and other services free of charge. MLSA works both on individual cases and under a systemic approach to help low-income people escape domestic violence, keep their housing, preserve their public benefits, protect their finances, and more.
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