You’ve got to be prepared to fight a lot to get the right person.
You’re fighting for your own rights.
But it can be difficult to find the right lawyer.
Here are the types of attorneys that will help you.
Legal Aid of Northern California (LAC) is a statewide nonprofit organization with the mission to serve people who need help with their legal issues and cases.
The LAC provides free legal services to low-income, underserved communities across the state of California.
LAC has an established network of attorneys who specialize in civil rights, employment law, housing, employment, family law, immigration, domestic violence, and other issues.
Lac offers a variety of legal services, including mediation, mediation programs, and public defender services.
Learn more about LAC.
The California Legal Aid Society (CLA) is the largest statewide nonprofit legal aid organization in the United States.
The CLA provides free, confidential legal services for people with disabilities, low- and moderate-income people, and people with serious needs.
CLA has offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Sacramento, Riverside, and San Diego.
Learn how you can get free legal aid and get help with your case.
The National Alliance of Public Defender Services (NAPDS) is one of the largest public defender associations in the nation.
NAPDS provides services to people who are serving time in state and federal prisons and jails.
Napds staff is trained in evidence-based public defender practice, as well as in the legal aspects of representing clients.
Learn about NAPds work in the justice system.
The ACLU provides free and confidential legal representation to low income people and people who face eviction or financial hardship.
Learn information on how to get free, affordable legal representation in your community.
The Southern California Bar Association (SCBA) is committed to serving people with special needs and is the nation’s largest national organization of bar association attorneys.
SCBA represents thousands of clients every year in California, California and federal courts.
Learn what lawyers can do for you in your case and get started.
The San Francisco Bar Association offers free legal representation for people who have been arrested and jailed.
The Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to defending the rights of the people.
CCR provides free services to individuals, families, and communities.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is dedicated to providing civil liberties for all Americans.
The ACL is a national organization whose mission is to strengthen and expand civil liberties and to defend those rights.
Learn why you should support the ACLU.
The Legal Aid Clinic is a non-profit law firm dedicated to serving the underserved and underrepresented community in Los Gatos, California.
We have offices in L.A., San Francisco and Oakland.
Learn all about how the Legal Aid clinic can help you, including how to register for free legal assistance.
The Law Center is a legal aid clinic in Philadelphia that offers free and low-cost legal services including mediation services.
The People’s Law Office of California provides free representation for low-wage workers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The State Bar Association of California is dedicated both to serving California’s state and local public defenders and the state’s bar.
Learn everything you need to know about how you and your lawyer can work together to fight for your rights.