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Free Legal Clinics
The Memphis Public Library’s Free Saturday Legal Clinic provides an opportunity for individuals with a legal question or problem to talk face to face with an attorney in order to get quick advice. **(This does not mean that the attorney will take your case or represent you in court.)
This would be a good opportunity for someone to get an Advance Care Plan and Appointment of Health Care Agent Form.
In-Person Legal Clinics at Central Library have resumed.
BENJAMIN L. HOOKS CENTRAL LIBRARY
3030 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN 38111
First Floor – Meeting Rooms A, B, & C
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
For more information call (901) 415-2734.
2023 Free Saturday Legal Clinic Dates:
Capacity is limited and assistance is not guaranteed.
Memphis Bar Association
Memphis Area Legal Services
2023 Memphis Fair Housing Center: Free Legal Advice Clinic:
Memphis Fair Housing Center, a division of Memphis Area Legal Services, will hold a free legal advice clinic addressing housing questions. Bring your rental rights and fair housing related questions and receive free legal advice from a licensed fair housing attorney. For more information, call Memphis Fair Housing Center at (901) 432-4663. The clinic will be held at the Central Library, 3rd Floor Study Room #1, from 4:00 – 6:00 PM on the following dates:
February – November: 3rd Tuesday of each month.
2023 MALS Free Legal Advice Clinic:
An attorney with Memphis Area Legal Services will offer advice and counsel to customers with civil legal issues. For more information, call Memphis Area Legal Services at (901) 523-8822. The clinic will be held at the Central Library, 3rd Floor Study Room #1, from 4:00 – 6:00 PM on the following dates:
January – November: 3rd Wednesday of each month.
To see more free legal clinics offered in West Tennessee, please click HERE. Please call to verify, as the COVID-19 pandemic may have affected schedules.