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       Contact a Low Income Taxpayer Clinic in Wisconsin (U.S. Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service)
    "If you are a low income taxpayer who cannot afford professional tax assistance during audits of your federal income tax return, you may qualify for help from Low Income Taxpayer Clinics or other organizations that provide free assistance in tax disputes."
       Do Good (February 18, 2004) (Wisconsin Law Journal)
       Tenant Resource Center
    "Offers free counseling for tenants and landlords interested in learning more about their rental rights and responsibilities. Information on state and local rental laws and regulations and lease screening services are available[.]" 1202 Williamson Street, Suite A, Madison, WI 53703. Tel: 608-257-0143.
       Corporate Pro Bono "Best Practices" Resources (CorporateProBono.org)
       Handbook on American Law School Pro Bono Programs (June 1, 2001) (Association of American Law Schools)
    180 pages.
       Help Close the Justice Gap, Unleash the Power of Pro Bono (January 19, 2007) (Legal Services Corporation)
    5 pages.
       Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (U.S. Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service)
    "Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs) represent low income taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in audit, appeals, and collection issues, and federal tax litigation for free or for a nominal charge."

    A list of such clinics is available in Publication 4134

       National Pro Bono Opportunities Guide (American Bar Association)

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