Volunteer.  Donate.  Advocate.

While our core services are provided by in-house attorneys and staff, we rely heavily on the efforts of other local attorneys to meet the overwhelming need for no-cost legal services. In addition, our front-line screening and intake services are typically provided by community volunteers and students from the University of Oregon.

For those who want to help but cannot volunteer, there are several ways to donate money or in-kind support.

To those who cannot help us directly, we are always grateful for words of support, and we encourage all concerned persons to speak out on behalf of people in poverty.

Intake volunteers

We have several volunteer slots for our regular intake screenings, but these fill up quickly when the UO Law School is in session. There are many more opportunities to help during the summer and winter break. Call our office at 541-485-1017 to learn more.

Senior Law Service

Attorneys willing to perform pro bono services are always in need for our senior clients. There are several opportunities for community members and law students as well. Contact Senior Law Service to arrange your much-needed contribution of service.

Pro bono publico

We have several avenues for Lane County attorneys to provide pro bono services to our clients. Please contact our Executive Director to discuss your availability. At this time we are not participating in OSB new admittee skills development programs.

Donations of money or supplies

We accept donations of money and can provide a tax receipt upon request. We can also use office supplies, furniture, electronics, and other equipment. Another option is to donate to our supporting organizations:
Campaign for Equal Justice         United Way of Lane County