Volunteer Lawyers for Justice

PO Box 32040
Newark, NJ - 07102
Phone Number: (973) 645-1955
Fax Number: (___) ___-____



Volunteer Lawyers for Justice (VLJ) was created in 2001 as a program of the Legal Services Foundation of Essex County to provide direct legal representation to residents of Essex County, New Jersey. VLJs mission is to improve the lives of economically-disadvantaged adults, children, and families in New Jersey by empowering them with tools, advice and pro bono representation with the goal of securing fair and equal treatment within the legal system.


VLJ provides FREE legal services to people with certain civil (non-criminal) legal issues. You will be asked for information about your households income and property. Some VLJ programs are open to anyone in the state, while others are limited to specific counties. ntil you sign a retainer agreement with a VLJ attorney, you are responsible for meeting all deadlines in your legal matter.


Call us at (973) 645-1955 Monday-Thursday 9am-12pm or 1pm-4:30pm.


Mission Statement: VLJ’s mission is to improve the lives of economically-disadvantaged adults, children, and families in New Jersey by empowering them with tools, advice, and pro bono representation with the goal of securing fair and equal treatment within the legal system.

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