Clean Slate/Reentry Clinic
1 person is interested
Clean Slate Clinics assist people who have been negatively impacted by the criminal justice system. The clinic assists with clearing criminal records and restoration of civil rights, including aid with expungements, Props 47 and 64 petitions, employments rights counseling, and reduction of felonies to misdemeanors.
The Clean State Clinics are located in Lancaster and Glendale. Volunteers are expected to commit for one semester if they are a college or law student. Volunteers must commit to coming to the monthly clinics for at least 6 months. There may also be work to be done remotely.
About Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County
13327 Van Nuys Blvd, Pacoima, CA 91331, US
Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA), a private, non-profit law firm, envisions a day when communities in Los Angeles are strong enough to decide their own destiny; where access to justice is not predicated on social economic status; and everyone has income security, adequate housing, quality education, healthcare and the opportunity to improve their own lives.
Since 1965, Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLS-LA) has provided free legal services to low-income residents. We serve all of Los Angeles County, including the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys, the neighboring communities in the Pomona, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys, and the cities of Burbank, Glendale, and Pasadena. NLS-LA provides the highest quality services to its clients, individually and collectively. Our advocacy is directed towards both the needs of the individual client requesting legal assistance, and to clients who seek to enforce the broader rights of the low-income community. Equally important to NLS-LA is the development of self-help skills and other tools, which allow clients and client groups to solve their own problems and improve their lives and communities.
We'll work with your schedule.
44226 10th Street WestLancaster, CA 93534
- Legal (General)
- Must submit a resume and a volunteer application. The application can be downloaded at www.nlsla.org/get-involved/volunteer/