SPECIAL NOTE ON CURRENT OPERATIONS:
Domestic Violence Legal Services Project
Our Domestic Violence Legal Services Project (“DVP”) is providing services remotely by phone and email. To apply for services, please call (213) 624-3665 or email DVP@lacba.org.
Immigration Legal Assistance Project
The Immigration Legal Assistance Project assists individuals Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 to 3:00 pm. No appointment is necessary. Masks are required to enter the ILAP office.
Veterans Legal Services Project
Our Veterans Legal Services Project ("VLSP") continues to operate remotely to assist veterans, reservists, and active-duty military personnel with traffic and criminal record clearing, military discharge upgrades, small business and entrepreneur transactional matters, and family law matters. At this time, we are accepting new intakes on all matters, except our discharge upgrade program, which will return to accepting new matters in the fall. For program inquiries and intake on new matters, please call (213) 896-6537 or email email@example.com.
All in-person clinics are currently suspended at this time. This information will be updated when we resume in-person services.
AIDS Legal Services Project
Our AIDS Legal Services Project continues to operate with both phone and online intake of all new and ongoing matters. Please call (213) 833-6776 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. After screening and intake, we are continuing to provide pro bono referrals and followup assistance in the areas of advance planning, employment, debt relief, healthcare access and discrimination and accommodation.
*The telephone numbers and contact information for each Project are also contained in the regular links provided on this website.
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