Christian Legal Aid Clinics
If you are in need of legal help and cannot afford an attorney, please search our Christian Legal Aid Clinic Directory for the Christian legal aid program nearest you. (Note that Christian Legal Society does not have control over local legal aid programs -- each program operates independently.) Most Christian legal aid programs are run by volunteers who typically can provide general legal advice, but do not provide full representation.
If you have any questions about our network of Christian Legal Aid clinics, you may contact us by email at CLA@clsnet.org or call 703-894-1086. When contacting us, please let us know the city and state in which you live.
Christian Lawyer Directory
This directory is a list of independent, private attorneys who have identified themselves as Christian attorneys. As they are private attorneys, and not legal aid attorneys, they generally charge for their services. You may contact them to determine if they are able to help you, but they generally do not provide pro bono services.
Other Legal Aid Programs
Other faith-based legal aid programs
- Administer Justice
- Immigrant Hope - Provides low-cost legal advice and practical hope for immigrant communities.
- National Justice for Our Neighbors - provides free or low-cost immigration legal services to low-income immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.
Directories of other legal aid providers
- U.S. Department of Justice List of Pro Bono Legal Services
- LawHelp.org List of Free Legal Aid Programs
We provide these lists as a resource, but these clinics have no affiliation with the Christian Legal Society. These legal aid programs have staff attorneys who may be able to provide legal representation if you meet their maximum income guidelines (125% of the federal poverty guidelines).
Your state or local bar association (organizations of lawyers) may have a lawyer referral service to help you find a private lawyer who has experience with your type of legal problem and will meet with you for a reduced fee. Your local law school may also have free legal clinics where law students provide free legal help under the supervision of law professors.
You may also want to search the American Bar Association lawyer directory for a private attorney in your area.
Christian immigration legal aid providers:
Directory of other legal aid resources and websites by topic:
The resources provided on this website are for general information purposes only, and is not legal advice. Legal advice is dependent upon the specific circumstances of each situation. Also, the law may vary from state to state. Christian Legal Society has no control over, and makes no warranties as to, the information provided by third parties.