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Project Rural Practice



PRP MissionABA Resolution | Why South Dakota? | Contact PRP | Rural Attorney Recruitment Program

The Unified Judicial System and the State Bar of South Dakota are committed to assuring that all citizens within the State of South Dakota have access to quality attorneys. In 2013, the South Dakota Legislature approved the Recruitment Assistance Pilot Program to address the current and projected shortage of lawyers practicing in small communities and rural areas of South Dakota. 

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