The Internet Representation Project was conceived and developed by Legal Services of Northern Michigan with grant support from the Michigan State Bar Foundation and the Legal Services Corporation with the goal of increasing access to legal advice to those who cannot afford it.
Internet Representation Project by Tristan Penokie for Legal Services of Northern Michigan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
Based on a work at www.lsnmirp.org.
The IRP system screens clients for eligibility and, if qualified, allows them to post a question to a private messaging system. The questions are answered by private attorneys volunteering their time. An IRP client has the ability to check the system for answers at any time or schedule a real time chat session with an attorney. Both the client and the attorney remain anonymous to insure complete privacy.
This site is running IRP Version 3.0.