Nashville State students who wish to participate in this free clinic must register at the Student Services Center on the White Bridge campus across the street from room S118. Bar associations, the Tennessee Access to Justice Commission, and legal and community aid organizations across the state support permanent legal clinics throughout the year. There are several legal aid organizations in Tennessee. These organizations are non-profit law firms that offer certain types of free legal aid to people who cannot afford a lawyer: Legal aid offices do not charge a fee for the legal aid provided. You may have to pay court fees to take a case to court. You may also have to pay for other expenses, such as copies of files, court reporters, etc. However, you will not be charged for the lawyer`s or paralegal`s time or advice. Beginning Sept. 13, the attorneys will meet with students in person on the college`s White Bridge campus and virtually with students from the college`s seven Tennessee campuses, with upcoming events scheduled for Oct. 11 and Nov. 15.
Each clinic takes place between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. The Legal Aid Society is a private, not-for-profit organization that provides free legal advice to low-income people. We do not initiate criminal proceedings. We only conduct civil cases – cases in which you don`t go to jail yourself. We have 8 offices serving 48 counties in Tennessee. Our offices are located in Clarksville, Columbia, Cookeville, Gallatin, Murfreesboro, Nashville, Oak Ridge and Tullahoma. The Nashville office covers the following districts in Tennessee: Southern Migrant Legal Services in Nashville – Free legal advice for migrant and seasonal workers in Tennessee. For assistance or more information, call 866-721-7828. We are Tennessee`s largest nonprofit law firm that takes a holistic approach to providing free, high-quality civil services and community building to people to protect their livelihoods, health, and families. Vanderbilt Legal Clinic – Free legal aid in special education; victims of domestic violence who need help obtaining protection orders or custody issues for unmarried people; Intellectual property issues. For assistance or more information, call 615-322-6562.
Lawyers at Bass, Berry & Sims, and GSRM Law will address a variety of legal issues for students by providing appropriate legal and practical advice, such as: Legal advice at events, referrals to other legal service providers and resources, or agreeing to provide in-depth advice after the event. There are other ways to get free legal aid. Talk to a lawyer at one of our legal aid clinics. Or visit our self-help page. “We applaud the Nashville State Foundation team for their leadership in coordinating this wonderful event to connect students across the state with pro bono legal advice and resources rarely provided to students,” said David Esquivel, pro bono member of Bass, Berry & Sims. “Our firm is committed to ensuring equal access to justice and legal services, and we are excited to build and give back to our firm`s foundation with this new initiative. We would also like to thank the incredible team at GSRM Law, who share our commitment to our communities in Nashville and across the state, for their partnership in this program. www.OnlineTNJustice.org – Free legal advice on civil law matters for Tennessee residents with an income below 250% of poverty and a minimum level of wealth. You create a username and password and ask a legal question.
A lawyer will respond through the website. “We are grateful to celebrate 80 years as a permanent and dedicated member of the Nashville community, and this is an exciting opportunity to continue GSRM Law`s legacy of supporting community, legal and civic initiatives through financial resources and volunteer hours,” said Ginna Winfree Burrell, attorney at GSRM Law and NSCC Foundation Board Member. “Partnering with Bass, Berry & Sims to deliver this innovative NSCC Foundation initiative is a great opportunity for our lawyers to give back and advocate for the future of our communities across Tennessee.” Tennessee Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts – Legal assistance to low-income artists from all disciplines, as well as legal and business support to emerging nonprofit arts organizations. To ask for help or more information, call 615-743-3055 or go to the vlpa@ABCnashville.org Disability Law and Advocacy Center of Tennessee (DLAC) – Free legal aid for people with disabilities in certain types of cases. For assistance or more information, call 1-800-342-1660. Free legal aid in Nashville is available from many sources, including state and district legal organizations, pro bono legal aid organizations, the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee, and the Cumberlands: (800) 238-1443East Tennessee Legal Aid: (865) 637-0484West TN Legal Services, Inc.: (731) 423-0616Memphis Area Legal Services, Inc.: (901) 523-8822See More: www.tennessee.gov/humanservices/article/dhs-appeals-legal-aid#sthash.UJTXcymV.dpuf Legal Aid SocietyJustice Should Never Be The rationed Vanderbilt Legal Clinic does not respond to email requests for legal assistance.
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