|What is Pro
Read about our Pro
Bono policies and FAQ.
|Where can I find free or reduced-fee
Search the Referral
Directory which has information about legal services and other
resources for low-income Texans.
|Where can I volunteer?
Visit the TexasLawyersHelp.org website
for information on how to volunteer.
|Where can I find free legal information
and forms online?
for free information on family law matters, protective orders, and
other self-help legal resources.
|How do I report my pro bono
your annual hours online and help the State Bar track attorney pro
bono service across Texas.
|How can I find my local legal aid
Use the Legal Aid
Area Directory to help find your local legal aid office.
|How can I become a member of
the Pro Bono College? Learn how you can become
||I don't qualify for legal aid, who can I
Contact the State Bar of Texas Lawyer
Referral Information Services (LRIS) department.
|Where can I donate money to
support civil legal service?
details on how to donate to the Texas Access to Justice Fund.
|I am a veteran, how can I get legal
Lawyers for Texas Veterans (TLTV), a State Bar of Texas program for
military veterans who otherwise cannot afford or do not have access to
the legal services they need.
|How can I volunteer during a
how to volunteer your services during a crisis.
|I am active military, how can I get legal
Legal Assistance to Military Personnel (LAMP) program. It is a
consortium of state and local bar associations that provide legal
assistance to military personnel and their families.
|Do I qualify for the Emeritus
more about this program that allows retired, inactive, or
out-of-state-licensed attorneys to provide
pro bono help in Texas.
|I am having trouble with my attorney, who
can I call?
Contact the Client
Attorney Assistance Program (CAAP) to find out how it can help
resolve disputes between you and your attorney.
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