How You Can Participate
Join with Legal Aid of North Carolina to defend human rights and
ensure equal justice.
We invite you to join our pool of pro bono volunteers! We'll
train you, we'll mentor you, and we'll with work you on matters,
projects and presentations concerning legal services for low-income
people in North Carolina.
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Some LANC offices offer some types of tax assistance to
low-income persons in North Carolina through two
More on Tax Assistance
A listing of several key trainings offered
in support of issues that effect LANC's clients, including
Community Education and
Force meetings. .
More on Events...
Legal Aid of North Carolina regularly lists
job postings to seek
qualified professionals who are interested in and concerned for the
problems of low-income people.
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Legal Aid of North Carolina presently offers two fellowship programs:
Clifton W. Everett, Sr. Community Lawyer Fellowships
The Judge Samuel J. Ervin, III Fellowship
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Internships, such as the
Martin Luther King Jr.
Summer Internships, are available at Legal Aid of North Carolina during the summer
months for law students who want to gain experience working in a
public interest setting and desire an opportunity to do more than
just legal research.
More on Internships...
In an effort to provide the most effective legal services to
people in poverty in North Carolina, Legal Aid of North Carolina
networks with nonprofit legal services organizations in North
Carolina, including participation with the Equal Access to Justice
Commission of NC, the Equal Justice Alliance-NC, Task Force teams
More on the
Legal Services community in NC...
A listing of hyperlinks to other websites of legal profession
More on "Useful
The materials contained on this website
are for information and educational purposes only and do not
constitute legal advice.
Also please note that Legal Aid of North Carolina does not
provide legal assistance by E-mail. Contact your Legal Aid of
North Carolina office or a private attorney if you need to speak
to an attorney regarding your particular situation.
Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that
provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in
order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal barriers
to economic opportunity.