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Looking for free legal help? See www.LouisianaLawHelp.org. Volunteers: Louisiana LawHelp can help you help others.
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Watch the video "Equal Justice Under Law" from the Access to Justice Program of the Louisiana State Bar Association.
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Here's how: log in under Civil Law, click on "Library," click on "Add a Resource," and follow the online instructions.
Want to help? See the Louisiana State Bar Association's list of organizations with pro bono opportunities. Plus you can click on the "Volunteer" tab at the top of this page to learn more about pro bono opportunities for you.
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Anyone with a legal problem in Louisiana is welcome to call the Louisiana Civil Justice Center (LCJC), the help line for legal information. The LCJC does not help with criminal matters and some services require screening for financial eligibility. The phone number is (504) 355-0970 or (800) 310-7029, Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Law Students: learn about Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps.
Future public interest lawyers: there is an online student debt relief resource center from Equal Justice Works.
Do you have a request for help from a member of the armed forces? Click here to take a look at the ABA's Military Pro Bono Project.
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