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In order to bring hope and justice to those who are less fortunate, the

Volunteer Lawyers Program of Southern Arizona Legal Aid matches

attorneys who wish to do pro bono work with low-income clients in need

of civil legal assistance. 


 Every year, the 1,200 attorneys and law students who volunteer through the

 VLP give the generous gift of time, service, and expertise to thousands of 

 Arizonans who would not otherwise have access to justice.  


Self-Service Center Clinic


Supervise law students as they meet with self-represented litigants at the

Pima County Superior Court Self-Service Center Clinic.  Litigants who attend

the clinic need assistance with divorce, paternity, child support, legal decision-

making, parenting time, decree enforcement, family relocation, orders of

protection, and other family law issues.


Assist self-represented litigants:

     >>  Prepare for trial

     >>  Complete discovery and disclosure requirements

     >>  Calculate child support

     >>  Draft motions


When:  The clinic is held every Monday & Tuesday from 2:00 to 5:00 pm

Where:  Pima County Superior Court Law Library


For more information, please contact Melissa Spiller, VLP Staff Attorney & Law

Student Coordinator at 520.623.9465 ext. 4173.


The Self-Service Center Clinic is a collaboration between the VLP, the Pima

County Superior Court, and the James E. Rogers College of Law.


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