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The domain for the MLSA (Manitoba Law Students Association) website appears to be down, and pending renewal (It has been for awhile). I'm wondering if this is typical? I have been wanting to check the website out for awhile. Is there anyone specific I should contact to see if the site will be back up and running? If anyone has any information that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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Someone from the MLSA posted the following message on the Class of 2021 Facebook group page:

"You will also notice that our MLSA website is down. We are currently creating a new website and that will come out sometime in June. I’ll post on here when it is ready."

Hope that helps.

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