Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO), Oregon Law Center (OLC) and the Center for Nonprofit Legal Services (CNPLS) are partnering to provide resources to communities in
What can Legal Aid do for you?
Legal aid provides free civil legal services to low-income and elderly Oregonians. Legal aid plays a critical role in providing access to justice and a level playing field for low income people statewide. Civil legal aid helps people protect livelihoods, health, and families.
Legal aid provides:
- Free civil legal representation to low-income people
- Brochures, court forms, and self-help materials to help people navigate the justice system
- A website with accessible legal information available to all Oregonians
- Legal help and representation that helps stabilize families and prevent a further a further slide into poverty
Oregon’s legal aid programs consist of two statewide programs, Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) and the Oregon Law Center (OLC); and one countywide program, the Center for Non-Profit Legal Services (CNPLS) in Jackson County. Services are provided to low-income clients through community-based offices located in 17 communities throughout Oregon.