Please note, we’re still open!

Our referral specialists are working remotely to place callers with our panel attorneys. Check out our COVID-19 resources here.

What is the Alameda County Bar Association?

The Alameda County Bar Association (ACBA) is a organization for lawyers, judges and other legal professionals. The ACBA provides education, and promotes diversity and civil rights in our community.
 

Public Services

We also provide access to legal services for residents of Alameda County.  Our Lawyer Referral Service connects you with a pre-screened qualified Alameda County lawyer. Legal Access Alameda, (formerly the Volunteer Legal Services Corporation), a 501.c.3 nonprofit, provides more than 3,000 hours of free legal services each year

FAQ

I need free legal help. Can you help me?

You may be able to attend one of our free legal clinics if you have a case in Alameda County. We do not provide an attorney to go with you to court, but our volunteers can help with paperwork and give advice. Find out more information on our clinics here

How do I file a complaint against my attorney?
You can register a complaint with the California State Bar if your lawyer acted unethically.
 
How much does an Alameda County Lawyer cost?

The average hourly rate for a lawyer in Alameda County is between $200 and $400.

Where can I find a list of legal resources?

Click here to view our page of resources.

We take the guesswork out of finding a lawyer: ACBA Lawyer Referral Service