Pro Bono Resources
Provides pro bono attorney volunteers with an on-line case management and referral system that enables them to accept and work on pro bono cases right from their own computers. Register at www.justiceserver.org and select a legal service organization.
|No Fault Divorce Program
Pairs volunteer attorneys with law students, who together will represent clients seeking no-fault divorces.
Tara Louise Casey
For the Public
Virginia Free Legal Answers
|Virginia Judicial System Court Self-Help Website
Provides resources and information for litigants representing themselves.
|Your Guide to Civil Litigation in General District Court|
|Your Guide to Civil Litigation in General District Court
|Your Guide to Landlord-Tenant Disputes||Download|
|Your Guide to Landlord-Tenant Disputes
|Central Virginia Legal Aid Society
Pro Bono Triage and Hotline Projects:
Triage pairs clients needing help with bankruptcy, wage claims, housing repair, consumer auto fraud, protective orders or divorce.
Hotline provides advice in family law, employment and consumer in two hour slots from virtually anywhere.
|Legal Aid Justice Center
Housing Law Program
Provides pro bono legal help with housing issues ranging from eviction notices to unlawful detainers.
(Attorney Volunteers should contact Louisa Rich for additional information and training materials)
|Community Tax Law Project
Provides low income Virginia taxpayers with pro bono representation in federal and state tax disputes
|Virginia Poverty Law Center
Advocates on behalf of low-income Virginians on poverty issues.
804-782-9430Eviction Legal Helpline – Provides advice and counsel to tenants facing eviction.
|Hunton Andrews Kurth
Provides pro bono services to financially limited persons in the areas of family law, housing and real estate, and guardianships.
|Pro Bono Clearinghouse
A Service of the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation.
Provides pro bono legal services to nonprofit organizations.
|Harry L. Carrico Center for Pro Bono Services
University of Richmond School of Law
Pro bono services provided by law students and attorneys.
Tara Louise Casey
|Legal Information Network for Cancer (CancerLINC)
Provides information, education, counseling and referral services for legal assistance with issues that arise from diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Client Services be 804-562-0371 ext. 103
|Richmond Domestic Violence Project
Represents victims of domestic violence in obtaining permanent protective orders in the City of Richmond Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court.
|Virginia Military and Legal Resource Guide
Provides help to Virginia service members, military families and veterans in understanding the unique legal protections, rights and resources available to them under the law.
|Veterans Benefits Clinic at William & Mary Law School
Under attorney supervision, clinic students assist veterans with filing claims for disability compensation with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
|ABA Veterans Legal Services Initiative
Legal Services website resource provided by the American Bar Association regarding military legal assistance offices, legal aid and pro bono organizations, lawyer referral and information services, and military-specific programs.
2018 ABA Legal Services for Vets Website Resource Guide
|Unemployment Insurance Pro Bono Project
Matches volunteer attorneys with low-income clients from the Metro area who are seeking unemployment benefits.
|Refugee and Immigration Services
Catholic Diocese of Richmond
Resettles and assists immigrants.
|Henrico County Bar Association
Pro Bono Volunteers
|Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project
Volunteer attorneys help locate and notify individuals impacted by testing of DNA in old cases.