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The Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center serves poverty and low-income clients with civil legal matters through the work of its dedicated attorney volunteers. The services are provided without charge to the clients.  Volunteer private practice attorneys are solicited by the Law Center to provide free legal guidance and/or representation through its many programs.

 

Recently, over 3300 hours of professional time was donated and about 1564 clients were served for free in one year.  Without the contributions of the numerous involved lawyers, many of those most in need in our community would be

denied access to justice.

 

The work of the Law Center is made possible through the generosity of our volunteer lawyers, the Fairfax Law Foundation, Fairfax Bar Association, the Fairfax County Consolidated Community Funding Pool and the Community Foundation of Northern Virginia.

 

If you are an attorney and would like to become part of this effort, please click here.

 

If you are in need of legal assistance, please click here for more information.  Please note that we only do a small portion of the direct intake and, in most cases, you must apply for our services through our partners.

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