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Advocate Resource Center

Join this site if you are a volunteer attorney, legal services advocate, law student or faculty advising low-income and disadvantaged clients in North Carolina, this site has resources here to help you. If you are already an ARC Member, simply LOGIN.

Access the ARC's resources:

Approved ARC Members have access to the Advocate Resource Center's "Library" of substantive law informational materials (which includes access folders such as Consumer Law, Domestic Violence Law, Education Law, Employment Law, Housing Law, Community Economic Development), law articles, and the ARC's Poverty Law Libraries folder); a "Roster" of other members; and available "Email Lists."

Thanks for you commitment to provide legal services for low-income people in North Carolina.
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  • Legal Aid of North Carolina

What's Available:
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Pro Bono / Volunteer Library

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"Tips for Volunteers Representing Low-Income Clients"
Source: Theodore O. Fillette, III, Legal Aid of North Carolina
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"A Guide for Pro Bono Attorneys: Frequently Asked Questions & Answers About Family Law"
Source: Legal Aid of North Carolina

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"Military Divorce Go-To Guide"

Source: Mark E. Sullivan, PA Attorneys at Law
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"Common Immigration Remedies for Battered Immigrants"
Source: Legal Aid of North Carolina's Battered Immigrant Project (BIP)
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"For the Good,
The Challenge to do pro bono work"

by Linda Sayed, Esq.,
Block Crouch Keeter Behm & Sayed, Wilmington, NC

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"The Benefits of Pro bono"

Source: NC Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Pro Bono Committee

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