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What is VLSC?

The Volunteer Legal Service Corporation (VLSC) is the pro bono arm of the Alameda County Bar Association. VLSC provides free legal services to low-income people in Alameda County and is the largest provider of pro bono legal services in the county.

VLSC Mission Statement

VLSC provides free direct legal assistance to Alameda County’s low-income population by mobilizing volunteer attorneys to provide pro bono service.

Click here to print our Volunteer with VLSC brochure.

How can I help?

VLSC seeks legal volunteers to volunteer at pro per clinics. Volunteer opportunities:
–  Bankruptcy
–  Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
–  Family Law
–  Guardianship
–  Low-Income Landlord Unlawful Detainer Assistance
–  Unlawful Detainer Mediation

Why Volunteer with VLSC?

If you are a newer attorney, you can gain valuable experience, and volunteer with more experienced attorneys. If you are a more seasoned attorney, in addition to helping clients, you can help guide the next generation of volunteers by serving as a supervising volunteer. Either way, you’ll hone your skills and enjoy the feeling of making a real difference in the life of someone needing help.

Plus, we screen each client to establish that his or her income and resources are within our eligibility guidelines. Our staff also completes a thorough intake regarding the client’s legal matter so you can dive right in.

How do I sign up?

Contact: Daniela Meza-Gray, Clinics Coordinator  ·  daniela@acbanet.org  ·  510-302-2219