If you would like to volunteer legal assistance to survivors of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria, or the California Wildfires please click on the tabs above, for more information, regarding volunteer opportunities or FREE CLE webinars to aid in providing legal assistance.
Hurricanes Harvey & Irma
Out of state attorneys
To volunteer, 1) Fill out this form from the State Bar of Texas.
Attorneys in any u.S. Jurisdiction
Texas Free Legal Answers – If you are a licensed attorney in any U.S. jurisdiction, you can perform pro bono services on this ABA site pursuant to orders of the Texas Supreme Court. A place for not only legal information, but also a place for licensed attorneys to volunteer to provide brief advice and assistance. The current income cap is lifted for the time being.
Attorneys need for disaster legal aid
US Virgin Islands
For more details, click here and sign up at U.S. Virgin Islands FEMA Disaster Legal Services Hotline Volunteer Form
ABA YLD Disaster Legal Services Volunteer Attorney Intake Form-Puerto Rico / División de Abogados Jóvenes del Colegio de Abogados de Estados Unidos (ABA YLD, por sus siglas en inglés) formulario de admisión para abogados voluntarios para servicios de asistencia legal-Puerto Rico
Assist Survivors of the Northern California Fires
Volunteers are needed to help staff a legal hotline and resource table at Disaster Recovery Centers (DRC) in the near future. Volunteers also will be needed to handle pro bono cases to assist fire survivors in the next 1-3 months. Online trainings and technical assistance are available. Malpractice insurance will also be provided by the local legal services provider for all pro bono work through the programs. Please complete and submit the sign up form. You will receive follow up information by email. If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Ngim or Elizabeth Hom at the State Bar of California Office of Legal Services.