OrganizationCatholic Charities Legal Assistance
LocationCan be done anywhere
CCLA's greatest need is for attorneys to become part of our Pro Bono Network by accepting cases in their area of legal speciality. Once an attorney joins CCLA's Pro Bono Network, volunteer attorneys are contacted via email with a brief summary of a case in the attorney's specialty area. The attorney may accept or decline any referral.
The organization does not conduct regular trainings and relies heavily on volunteers with experience in the subject matter.
For more information, or to volunteer, please contact CCLA at CCLA@catholiccharities.net or 312-948-6821.
About the Organization
The mission of Catholic Charities Legal Assistance (CCLA) is to provide access to compassionate and competent legal assistance to the economically disadvantaged in the Chicago area.
Services provided: CCLA provides legal advice over its Legal Advice Line and evaluates cases for direct representation in the areas of family law, consumer law, housing law, and immigration. CCLA also provides Legal Educational Seminars, Referrals to other Legal Aid Organizations, and Access to a Pro Bono Network for limited cases.
Our services are free to low-income clients. Clients who do not qualify for free services may be charged a $25 or $35 fee.
Spanish speaking staff available.