TPCBA - VLS - Pierce County Courthouse

930 Tacoma Ave S
Tacoma, WA - 98402
Phone Number: (253) 572-5134

The Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Volunteer Legal Services Program sponsors free legal advice clinics which can provide a private appointment with a volunteer attorney when you need advice on civil (non-criminal) legal issues.

Housing Justice Project: Appointments are approximately 1/2 hour in length. Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon at the Pierce County Courthouse. If you have an eviction hearing HJP volunteer attorneys may be able to represent you or help negotiate with opposing counsel. Walk-ins encouraged, low-income tenants only. HJP attorneys are located in the Law Library, in the Lawhelp Center conference room. For other landlord-tenant issues such as repairs, moveouts, deposits, lockouts, etc., please call the VLS Program at (253) 572-5134 to be scheduled for an appointment.

Neighborhood Legal Clinic: First three Mondays of each month, 6-8 p.m., Pierce County Law Library, 930 Tacoma Ave. S. (1st floor of the County-City Building). The Neighborhood Legal Clinic is by appointment only, for low-income clients only. Please call the Volunteer Legal Services office at 572-5134 to make an appointment. All areas of civil law are accepted

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