Limited Scope Legal Advice/Representation
The Volunteer Lawyers Project has a number of Limited Scope (one-time only) Legal Service Opportunities for Clients. All clinics are listed in the calendar below.
For Help with Family Law Matters or the Family Court Processes, please see the information for the Family Court Help Desk.
For Eviction Defense (within the City of Buffalo), please see the information listed under Attorney of the Morning.
For Eviction Defense (within Erie County, not including the City of Buffalo), please see the information listed under Housing Helpline.
For help representing yourself as a Pro Se litigant in Federal Court, please see our Pro Se Assistance Program.
If you have a child in the Buffalo Public School System, or if you are member of the community, you are eligible for free walk-in legal advice through our partnership with Say Yes to Education. Please see the information under Say Yes Legal Clinics.
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