Give the gift of justice to North Carolinians in need. Your support helps us provide families with legal solutions to poverty and injustice. Join us to protect domestic violence victims, save families from eviction and homelessness, defend seniors from financial ruin and more. Make a one-time gift or join our Sustainer of Justice program by setting up a monthly donation.
Be an advocate for the most vulnerable among us. We have pro bono opportunities for lawyers, law students, paralegals and others who want to donate their time and talents to serve North Carolinians in need.
You don't need to be a Legal Aid lawyer to learn poverty law. We routinely sponsor free or low-cost continuing legal education sessions for attorneys who want to learn more about poverty law or join our pro bono team.
Prestigious placements for pioneering practitioners. Our fellowship program gives newly minted lawyers the opportunity to start their careers by serving our state's most disadvantaged residents.
Summers of service for aspiring advocates. Our Martin Luther King Jr. Internship Program provides a paid, 10-week opportunity for talented law students to spend their summer experiencing the real world of legal aid advocacy.