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A-Z Legal Aid

A list of legal aid organizations in Oregon, organized alphabetically.

How to Use this Guide

This guide directs you to organizations that provide free or low-cost legal assistance to Oregon residents. Resources are often specific to groups of people (seniors, low-income, etc), geographic location, or areas of law.

Use the general resources section for statewide organizations that assist with a variety of legal topics.

Browse the menu on the left to find help by type of law or group of people (A-Z).

Visit our legal advice guide to learn how to choose and hire an attorney

General Resources

The Oregon State Bar refers you to a lawyer for a 30-minute consultation.
503-684-3763 or 800-452-7636 (toll-free in Oregon).
 
Legal help for low-income individuals with family, housing, government benefits, senior, consumer, and employment law issues. Areas of law covered vary from office to office.
Legal help for moderate-income Oregonians at reduced rates.
503-684-3763 or 800-452-7636 (toll-free in Oregon).
 
Directory of legal aid offices by county. 

Criminal Defense

Legal help for moderate-income Oregonians at reduced rates.
503-684-3763 or 800-452-7636 (toll-free in Oregon)

Domestic/Sexual Abuse

Information for survivors and victims for careful use of your computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Free legal help for sexual assault survivors facing privacy, safety, education, employment, immigration, housing, LBGTQ, or financial issues.
503-274-5477, ext. 6 (English and Español)
 
Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Legal help for survivors of domestic or dating violence with contested protection order hearings, as well as resulting housing and education issues.
Assists victims with crime victims' rights issues during criminal proceedings. 
503-208-8160

Family

Legal help for low-income individuals with family, housing, government benefits, senior, consumer, and employment law issues. Areas of law covered vary from office to office.
Legal help for moderate-income Oregonians at reduced rates.
503-684-3763 or 800-452-7636 (toll-free in Oregon)
 
Legal assistance for low-income individuals. 
503-850-0811
 
Jackson County
Legal aid for low-income and senior individuals.
Phone: 541-779-7291 or 541-779-7000 (for seniors)
Address: 225 W Main St, Medford, OR 97501
Multnomah, Clackamas, Washington, Columbia, and Yamhill Counties. 
Legal representation for low-income families facing family law issues (adoption, child custody, spousal support, domestic violence, etc). 
503-648-1600, ext. 300

Farmworkers

Legal aid for low-income farmworkers with a variety of legal problems including employment, housing, and civil rights.
800-662-6096

Finances (Estate/Tax/Business)

Aid for low-income individuals facing legal problems with the IRS or Department of Revenue.
1-888-610-8764
Legal aid for low-income individuals with business, estate and probate, non-profit, and family legal issues.
503-850-0811

Housing

Help for moderate-income Oregonians at reduced rates.
503-684-3763 or 800-452-7636 (toll-free in Oregon).
 
Legal aid for low-income individuals facing foreclosure. 
503-227-0198 or toll-free at 855-412-8828
 
Jackson County
Legal aid for low-income and senior individuals.
Phone: 541-779-7291 or 541-779-7000 (for seniors)
Address: 225 W Main St, Medford, OR 97501

Immigration

Helps immigrants and refugees with a variety of legal issues including visas, residency, asylum, and removal defense. They focus on vulnerable migrants: abuse victims, non-criminal immigrants threatened by ICE, separated families, among others. 
503-542-2855
 
A directory of free/low-cost legal services for immigrants.
 
Portland/Hood River
Legal advice for low-income migrants regarding immigration law.

Minors/Juveniles

Legal advice for minors between 13 and 17 years of age.
 503-684-3763 or 800-452-7636 (toll-free in Oregon).

Military

Legal advice for current service members and their dependents.
503-684-3763 or 800-452-7636 (toll-free in Oregon)

Native Americans

Legal representation for "low-income Indian tribes, Native organizations, and tribal members on issues involving federal Indian law or tribal law, 
503-223-9483

Public Benefits

Legal aid to low-income individuals.
 800-520-5292
 
Jackson County
Legal assistance for low-income and senior individuals. 
Phone: 541-779-7291 or 541-779-7000 (for seniors)
Address: 225 W Main St, Medford, OR 97501

Reentry

Marion County
Legal aid for those with convictions in Marion County. They specialize in: family, expungement, administrative law, landlord tenet, and juvenile clemency. The clinic is part of the Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, which offers more general services to people with convictions among others.
503-990-7370

Seniors

ADRCO connects seniors and people with disabilities to legal help with income and public benefits, housing, guardianship actions, long-term services and supports, health care, protection from abuse or neglect, utilities, and age discrimination.
They also provide legal information and advice for choosing an attorney.
 
Legal help for low-income individuals. Areas of law covered vary from office to office.

Complaints

If you wish to file a complaint against your lawyer, judge, or the police, these links provide instructions and more information (NOT legal advice):

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