If you wish an attorney's help, below is a link to the American Immigration Lawyers Association website, Immigration Lawyer Search, where an immigration lawyer may be found.
Below is a link to the Gonzaga University Law Clinic. GU's Law Clinic offers legal assistance related to all immigration concerns. The service is free to those that qualify with financial needs. For further questions about this service call 509-313-5790 (English) or 509-313-3859 (Español) or visit their website.
If you are looking for help and information regarding legal services, read below about the resources in your area.
Spokane YWCA - Legal Advice & Representation in Title IX Matters
The Spokane YWCA provides legal advice and representation for complainants in Title IX matters across Eastern Washington. This representation is exclusively for complainants alleging domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
Due to time and funding constraints, the Spokane YWCA may be unable to accept every complainant's case for representation and may have to prioritize the cases that have the most need or special circumstances. Even if we cannot represent all complainants, we hope to advise many more on how to proceed on their own.
If you are a complainant in a Title IX matter who could benefit from legal advice and/or representation, please contact the YWCA Spokane paralegal Rachel Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (509)789-9292.
Legal Services and Legal Assistance Washington State Bar Association (WSBA)
The WSBA is responsible for licensing and regulating lawyers in Washington. It also provides legal tools and resources for the public, including publications on legal topics and resources to help people find legal help.
Toll Free: 800.945.9722
Northwest Justice Project CLEAR (Coordinated Legal Education, Advice and Referral) Hotline
Phone: 1.888.201.1014 | Monday - Friday 9:15am - 12:15pm |
NW Justice Project CLEAR Hotline assists people with a variety of civil legal issues (housing, family safety, consumer protection issues, education, employment, benefits and access to justice issues).
CLEAR (located on the Westside) will screen callers for income eligibility and type of legal problem. If the caller is eligible for services, the call should be forwarded to an attorney or paralegal for an in-depth interview to assess the legal problem. CLEAR may be able to provide advice and immediate assistance if possible. In addition, CLEAR will determine if the caller needs additional legal help and will try to arrange further assistance. Help may be provided telephonically, by email or the case may be referred to the local NJP office or other legal service programs.
CLEAR attorneys will often help a caller by preparing court papers, negotiating on the callers behalf and may advocate in other ways.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education. Northwest Immigrant Rights Project strives for justice and equity for all persons, regardless of where they were born.
Washington Law Help
This website provides free legal information, self-help information, and information on legal services for low-income persons and seniors in Washington. The website is maintained by the Northwest Justice Project.