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About PTLA

Administrative Office

The Administrative Office of Pine Tree Legal Assistance supports all six regional offices. It includes the Executive Director and staff responsible for Pine Tree’s financial systems, grants and fundraising, pro bono services, and informational technology. It also manages Pine Tree’s websites, including www.ptla.org,  www.statesidelegal.org and www.kidslegal.org.

Board of Directors

Pine Tree Legal Assistance's Board of Directors is fiscally responsible for Pine Tree Legal Assistance. Per Legal Service Corporation Regulations, the Board of Directors is comprised of attorney members, eligible client representatives who are nominated by community partners, and a member at large.

Brewster Legacy Society

Make justice your legacy.
Make justice your legacy by leaving a bequest in your estate plan to Pine Tree Legal Assistance. Your bequest will ensure that we remain the front line resource for families and individuals confronting domestic violence, migrant worker abuses, the loss of housing or other basic necessities, and other wrongs.
 
Leaving a bequest is easy.
Here is sample bequest language you can use in your will:

About Us

Pine Tree Legal Assistance is a nonprofit corporation with 501(c)(3) status established in 1966 by private attorneys in Maine to promote access to justice by providing high quality free legal assistance responsive to the immediate needs of individual low-income clients and to address the long-range barriers to justice affecting low-income people in Maine.
 

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Imito Kony me Cik ? Lwong ki cim Pine Tree Legal

Kony me Cik pi nono la bong cul pi jo Maine ma gi tiyo wel cente ma nok.

 

About Us

PTLA is a statewide, non-profit organization committed to providing high quality, free, civil legal assistance to low-income people in Maine. Our mission is to ensure that state and federal laws affecting poor people are enforced while also addressing the systemic barriers to justice that low-income Mainers face. We are committed to ensuring that all Mainers have access to justice.

 

 

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