The province is investing $300,000 over three years to help low-income individuals in Saskatoon access legal services.

The money is being given to the Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City.

CLASSIC provides legal assistance to low-income clients in the city through its walk-in advocacy clinic which includes both College of Law students and practicing lawyers.

Justice Minister Gordon Wyant says in a release the money will provide direct legal assistance to those who need it most while helping to train the next generation of lawyers.

Wyant presented CLASSIC with a $90,000 cheque this morning.