Resources – Legal

Pope Francis Legal Clinic – Oakland


Volunteer attorneys are available for free consultation on all cases involving those burdened with legal problems, regardless of religious or financial backgrounds.Our legal experts try to bring not only a sense justice to their review of the case circumstances but also the spirit of Mercy. Our Hours Tuesdays: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Thursdays 10:00

Pope Francis Legal Clinic – Oakland2018-07-25T21:23:39+00:00

Legal Services for Seniors (LAS)


Provides free legal advice and information to seniors throughout Alameda County, including: Oakland, Hayward, Berkeley, Pleasanton, Fremont, Livermore, Castro Valley, Alameda, Dublin, Emeryville, Albany, San Lorenzo, Union City, and Newark. Free services include: representation in court and administrative hearings, referrals to other community resources, and community education and training on legal issues. They provide legal

Legal Services for Seniors (LAS)2018-05-16T21:29:22+00:00

Alameda County Clean Slate Walk-In Clinic


Alameda County Clean Slate Clinic, a partnership of the East Bay Community Law Center, (EBCLC)  and Alameda County Public Defender's Office is held at the following location and time in Dublin.  They can help with a variety of needs including: factual innocence, errors on Criminal Background Reports, Felony Reduction/ Prop 47 Relief, Dismissal of Conviction

Alameda County Clean Slate Walk-In Clinic2018-10-03T22:56:44+00:00

Lawyer Referral Service, Alameda County Bar Association


The ACBA Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) can match you with a pre-screened Alameda County Lawyer qualified to help you with your legal issues. LRS phones are open from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., and 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.   If you call after hours, you can leave a message and we will

Lawyer Referral Service, Alameda County Bar Association2017-08-13T22:36:27+00:00

International Institute of the Bay Area Legal (IIBA)


The International Institute of the Bay Area, IIBA is a non-profit that provides affordable immigration legal services to the Bay Area Community.  Immigration attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representatives can help Bay Area residents determine if they are eligible for immigration relief, and represent them throughout the application process.  IIBA offers a variety

International Institute of the Bay Area Legal (IIBA)2017-08-13T23:20:55+00:00

Tri-Valley Haven Restraining Order Clinics


Tri-Valley Haven staff and volunteers will assist clients in preparing the paperwork to apply for a temporary restraining order, and explain how to file the order with the court and have the restrained person served after the order is approved by a judge. They provide information about the court process and can accompany clients to

Tri-Valley Haven Restraining Order Clinics2018-10-03T23:33:48+00:00

Alameda County Clerk – Dublin Satellite Recorder’s Office


New satellite office opened in 2015 in Dublin to make its services more accessible to people who live or work in the county's southern and eastern areas.  The new office is within walking distance of West Dublin BART station.  Service offerings will include certified copies of vital records (birth, death and marriage certificates), certified copies

Alameda County Clerk – Dublin Satellite Recorder’s Office2018-01-02T19:13:32+00:00

Lawyer in the Library – Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton libraries


The Lawyers in the Library Program is a countywide service coordinated by the Alameda County Law Library and staffed by volunteer attorneys. Volunteers provide free consultation and referrals on a wide variety of issues including landlord tenant disputes, probate matters, employment problems, and other general consumer issues. These consultations take place at public libraries (including

Lawyer in the Library – Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton libraries2017-08-12T20:08:56+00:00

Homeless and Caring Court


The Homeless and Caring Court is an alternative to the traditional criminal justice court system; sessions are held in non-threatening community centers rather than the traditional courtroom. The court session is focused on the homeless and formerly homeless and assembles every other month to resolve individuals’ traffic, infractions and non-violent minor misdemeanor cases. The court

Homeless and Caring Court2018-02-26T23:23:18+00:00

California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, CANHR


This California statewide State Bar-certified referral service specializes in elder issues. CANHRS's Lawyer Referral Service, (LRS) staff is available to speak with caller to determine the nature of the legal problem and, when appropriate, to refer the caller to an attorney. The confidential interview takes 10 -15 minutes and includes questions to determine the nature

California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform, CANHR2017-08-09T00:34:01+00:00