Apply for our services
Our mission is to protect access to justice for people in poverty. Because we have limited resources, we can only serve some of the people who ask for help. People who have income that is higher than our limit usually cannot be served by us, but there are some exceptions. We encourage anyone to apply for our help. For Survivors Justice Center, click here.
In addition, we do not help with all kinds of cases. Instead, we have a list of program priorities which we follow in determining which case types we will handle. The cases we try hardest to accept are those that affect basic human needs such as food, shelter, medical care, and income. We can't help with criminal cases (including tickets), and we are prohibited by law from providing representation where an attorney conflict of interest is present.
Apply in person
For most applicants, we ask that you apply in person from 12:45 to 2:45 weekdays. Bring all relevant papers.
People over 60 should contact our Senior Law Service to set up an appointment. It's easy, and it's free.
If you know or suspect you have experienced some type of abuse, assault, or harassment, please click here for Survivors Justice Center.
Is your legal issue outside of Lane County?
Even if you are a Lane County resident, we may need to refer you to a different legal aid office if your legal issue is occurring outside of Lane County.