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From the Public Legal Education Association
PLEA has always sought to educate, empower and inform by providing individuals with plain-language material about the law in their lives. In so keeping, we are thrilled to announce the launch of the new, totally re-engineered plea.org. More than ever before, the site is designed to help people navigate their way through a variety of legal issues they may be facing and find the answers to many of our most frequently asked questions, integrated throughout the web-specific content. In particular, this initiative has also provided PLEA with an opportunity to expand our reach to cover the emerging legal information needs of self-represented individuals.
The new site, designed and developed by Blaine Korte of BKIT Services, features a completely re-designed organizational structure and state of the art content management system, mobile adaptability and search engine optimization. We have been fortunate to work with Blaine on many of our projects and his understanding of the work we do always ensures that the needs of our users will be met effectively and efficiently. We, of course, are also most grateful for the support of The Law Foundation of Saskatchewan. Without their support, none of this would be possible.
We hope you’ll check out the new plea.org soon. And, as always, comments or questions are always welcome!