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Telephone Call Screeners Needed at Legal Aid Office!

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Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association

  • 140 people are interested

Volunteers are vital to The Legal Aid Mission of provding quality legal services for low-income residents of Orange County, Florida. Our Telephone Call Screeners take initial calls for legal help; determine whether the caller meets our guidelines for service and financially qualifies; schedules appointments as needed; and provides callers with information about helpful community resources.

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About Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association


100 E. Robinson St., Orlando, FL 32801, US

Mission Statement

Mission The primary purpose of the Legal Aid Society is to provide quality legal services for the low-income residents, the working poor, children, and disadvantaged groups with special legal needs in Orange County, Florida, and to assist in providing legal aid services to similarly situated residents of neighboring counties though an effective and fiscally sound program through the combined efforts of staff and pro bono attorneys.



The Legal Aid Society was begun in the early 1960’s as a volunteer organization and created by attorneys who were members of the Orange County Bar Association. The volunteer attorneys agreed to take referrals in civil and criminal cases for local residents who could not afford an attorney. In 1967, the organization was formally incorporated in Florida as a not for profit under the name of Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association, Inc. It hired its first director and full time staff and offered free civil legal services. Currently, Legal Aid employs about 45 staff including 18 attorneys and coordinates the contributions of time and money from over 3000 volunteers both attorneys and non-attorneys.

Legal Aid remains a local program with core support from volunteers whose dedication enables it to provide civil legal services primarily in Orange County. Legal Aid is especially proud of its Pro Bono Programs, and one of those programs, the Guardian ad Litem Program.

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We'll work with your schedule.


100 E. Robinson St.Orlando, FL 32801




  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • One set shift per week (as little as 1 1/2 hours)

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