Legal Clinic Calendar

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with evolving COVID-19 public health guidance, Bay Area Legal Aid has resumed some “in-person” legal clinics, while others will continue as remote events either by phone or online. Our attorneys and support staff will work to help you outside of clinic if you have a time sensitive legal issue. Our Legal Advice Line will remain open with additional staffing and resources to help us serve more clients during this period. Please see individual clinic listings for additional information on emergency service and resources related to specific clinics.
Masks will be required for all participants in in-person clinics, along with symptom screening before the appointment begins.
California Relay Service: Dial 7-1-1 or from TTY dial 1-800-735-2929 or visit California Relay Service for more information.
Jan
16
Thu
2020
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Evening Training on Tenants’ Rights and New Protections in 2020
Jan 16 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

An attorney from BayLegal’s housing team will present legal information about:

  • Residential Evictions
    • When a landlord can — and can’t — lawfully evict you
    • How to respond to an eviction notice and lawsuit
    • What happens in and out of court in an eviction case
  • Overview of NEW tenant protection laws for 2020

Space is limited. Register online or in person at the law library reference desk.


ACLL Evening Training Flyer 01 16 20

Jan
21
Tue
2020
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Domestic Violence Restraining Order Clinic (Pittsburg)
Jan 21 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Pittsburg Superior Court – Self Help Center

 


Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

[Please note that this clinic is NOT currently being held in Pittsburg. We have preserved this listing due to the number of external links pointing to it, but please see the information below for instructions on how to access BayLegal’s DVRO services remotely. We will update this message when in-person or hybrid in-person and remote services become available again].

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. Until we can resume in-person clinics, we are providing a remote DVRO brief services system to assist survivors with completing DVRO requests. Our new remote system will be available by appointment only. Individuals seeking a restraining order should call the Legal Advice Line, select their language from the opening menu (1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for Mandarin, etc.). The next menu will ask the caller to select the option that best describes their legal issue. The caller should then press 5 to be transferred to a Legal Advice Line attorney who can screen them for eligibility, provide advice and set up the appointment for our DVRO brief services.

As a reminder, the Legal Advice Line hours of operation are Mondays and Thursdays, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM. We ask that callers leave a message if the line does not immediately answer and a Legal Advice Line attorney will return their call.


 

Jan
28
Tue
2020
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Domestic Violence Restraining Order Clinic (Pittsburg)
Jan 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Pittsburg Superior Court – Self Help Center

 


Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

[Please note that this clinic is NOT currently being held in Pittsburg. We have preserved this listing due to the number of external links pointing to it, but please see the information below for instructions on how to access BayLegal’s DVRO services remotely. We will update this message when in-person or hybrid in-person and remote services become available again].

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. Until we can resume in-person clinics, we are providing a remote DVRO brief services system to assist survivors with completing DVRO requests. Our new remote system will be available by appointment only. Individuals seeking a restraining order should call the Legal Advice Line, select their language from the opening menu (1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for Mandarin, etc.). The next menu will ask the caller to select the option that best describes their legal issue. The caller should then press 5 to be transferred to a Legal Advice Line attorney who can screen them for eligibility, provide advice and set up the appointment for our DVRO brief services.

As a reminder, the Legal Advice Line hours of operation are Mondays and Thursdays, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM. We ask that callers leave a message if the line does not immediately answer and a Legal Advice Line attorney will return their call.


 

Feb
4
Tue
2020
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Domestic Violence Restraining Order Clinic (Pittsburg)
Feb 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Pittsburg Superior Court – Self Help Center

 


Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

[Please note that this clinic is NOT currently being held in Pittsburg. We have preserved this listing due to the number of external links pointing to it, but please see the information below for instructions on how to access BayLegal’s DVRO services remotely. We will update this message when in-person or hybrid in-person and remote services become available again].

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. Until we can resume in-person clinics, we are providing a remote DVRO brief services system to assist survivors with completing DVRO requests. Our new remote system will be available by appointment only. Individuals seeking a restraining order should call the Legal Advice Line, select their language from the opening menu (1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for Mandarin, etc.). The next menu will ask the caller to select the option that best describes their legal issue. The caller should then press 5 to be transferred to a Legal Advice Line attorney who can screen them for eligibility, provide advice and set up the appointment for our DVRO brief services.

As a reminder, the Legal Advice Line hours of operation are Mondays and Thursdays, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM. We ask that callers leave a message if the line does not immediately answer and a Legal Advice Line attorney will return their call.


 

Feb
10
Mon
2020
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Richmond Housing Rights Clinic
Feb 10 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health guidance, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided remotely. Our attorneys and support staff will work to help you outside of clinic if you have a time sensitive legal issue. Our Legal Advice Line (1-800-551-5554) will remain open with additional staffing and resources to help us serve more clients during this period.
If you are facing eviction and need resources immediately, BayLegal’s Self-Help Eviction Defense Unlawful Detainer Answer Packet is available for your use. This self-help packet is designed to help tenants represent themselves in unlawful detainer actions. The information provided in this self-help packet is not legal advice. For advice, please contact our Legal Advice Line.

Richmond Residents – Get Free Legal Assistance – Speak to an Attorney About Your Housing Rights

  • Can’t figure out which rent board forms you need to fill out?
  • Have you received an eviction notice or a notice of rent increase?
  • Do you need legal assistance in an eviction case?

 

The Richmond Housing Rights Clinic is held at:

Catholic Charities Richmond Service Center

217 Harbour Way

Richmond, CA 94801

MONDAYS @ 9:00am

 

WE CANNOT GUARANTEE ANYONE ASSISTANCE. PRIORITY GIVEN TO URGENT DEADLINES AS DETERMINED BY CLINIC STAFF.

Questions? Please call (510) 233-9954.
Clinic is closed on 10/14/19 and 11/11/19.

 

The Clinic is supported by The City of Richmond Rent Program. 510.234.RENT (7368)

 

Bay Legal Richmond housing rights clinic flyer (Eng/Esp)

Feb
11
Tue
2020
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Domestic Violence Restraining Order Clinic (Pittsburg)
Feb 11 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Pittsburg Superior Court – Self Help Center

 


Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

[Please note that this clinic is NOT currently being held in Pittsburg. We have preserved this listing due to the number of external links pointing to it, but please see the information below for instructions on how to access BayLegal’s DVRO services remotely. We will update this message when in-person or hybrid in-person and remote services become available again].

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. Until we can resume in-person clinics, we are providing a remote DVRO brief services system to assist survivors with completing DVRO requests. Our new remote system will be available by appointment only. Individuals seeking a restraining order should call the Legal Advice Line, select their language from the opening menu (1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for Mandarin, etc.). The next menu will ask the caller to select the option that best describes their legal issue. The caller should then press 5 to be transferred to a Legal Advice Line attorney who can screen them for eligibility, provide advice and set up the appointment for our DVRO brief services.

As a reminder, the Legal Advice Line hours of operation are Mondays and Thursdays, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM. We ask that callers leave a message if the line does not immediately answer and a Legal Advice Line attorney will return their call.


 

Feb
17
Mon
2020
MORE
Richmond Housing Rights Clinic
Feb 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health guidance, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided remotely. Our attorneys and support staff will work to help you outside of clinic if you have a time sensitive legal issue. Our Legal Advice Line (1-800-551-5554) will remain open with additional staffing and resources to help us serve more clients during this period.
If you are facing eviction and need resources immediately, BayLegal’s Self-Help Eviction Defense Unlawful Detainer Answer Packet is available for your use. This self-help packet is designed to help tenants represent themselves in unlawful detainer actions. The information provided in this self-help packet is not legal advice. For advice, please contact our Legal Advice Line.

Richmond Residents – Get Free Legal Assistance – Speak to an Attorney About Your Housing Rights

  • Can’t figure out which rent board forms you need to fill out?
  • Have you received an eviction notice or a notice of rent increase?
  • Do you need legal assistance in an eviction case?

 

The Richmond Housing Rights Clinic is held at:

Catholic Charities Richmond Service Center

217 Harbour Way

Richmond, CA 94801

MONDAYS @ 9:00am

 

WE CANNOT GUARANTEE ANYONE ASSISTANCE. PRIORITY GIVEN TO URGENT DEADLINES AS DETERMINED BY CLINIC STAFF.

Questions? Please call (510) 233-9954.
Clinic is closed on 10/14/19 and 11/11/19.

 

The Clinic is supported by The City of Richmond Rent Program. 510.234.RENT (7368)

 

Bay Legal Richmond housing rights clinic flyer (Eng/Esp)

Feb
18
Tue
2020
MORE
Domestic Violence Restraining Order Clinic (Pittsburg)
Feb 18 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Pittsburg Superior Court – Self Help Center

 


Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

[Please note that this clinic is NOT currently being held in Pittsburg. We have preserved this listing due to the number of external links pointing to it, but please see the information below for instructions on how to access BayLegal’s DVRO services remotely. We will update this message when in-person or hybrid in-person and remote services become available again].

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. Until we can resume in-person clinics, we are providing a remote DVRO brief services system to assist survivors with completing DVRO requests. Our new remote system will be available by appointment only. Individuals seeking a restraining order should call the Legal Advice Line, select their language from the opening menu (1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for Mandarin, etc.). The next menu will ask the caller to select the option that best describes their legal issue. The caller should then press 5 to be transferred to a Legal Advice Line attorney who can screen them for eligibility, provide advice and set up the appointment for our DVRO brief services.

As a reminder, the Legal Advice Line hours of operation are Mondays and Thursdays, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM. We ask that callers leave a message if the line does not immediately answer and a Legal Advice Line attorney will return their call.


 

Feb
24
Mon
2020
MORE
Richmond Housing Rights Clinic
Feb 24 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health guidance, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided remotely. Our attorneys and support staff will work to help you outside of clinic if you have a time sensitive legal issue. Our Legal Advice Line (1-800-551-5554) will remain open with additional staffing and resources to help us serve more clients during this period.
If you are facing eviction and need resources immediately, BayLegal’s Self-Help Eviction Defense Unlawful Detainer Answer Packet is available for your use. This self-help packet is designed to help tenants represent themselves in unlawful detainer actions. The information provided in this self-help packet is not legal advice. For advice, please contact our Legal Advice Line.

Richmond Residents – Get Free Legal Assistance – Speak to an Attorney About Your Housing Rights

  • Can’t figure out which rent board forms you need to fill out?
  • Have you received an eviction notice or a notice of rent increase?
  • Do you need legal assistance in an eviction case?

 

The Richmond Housing Rights Clinic is held at:

Catholic Charities Richmond Service Center

217 Harbour Way

Richmond, CA 94801

MONDAYS @ 9:00am

 

WE CANNOT GUARANTEE ANYONE ASSISTANCE. PRIORITY GIVEN TO URGENT DEADLINES AS DETERMINED BY CLINIC STAFF.

Questions? Please call (510) 233-9954.
Clinic is closed on 10/14/19 and 11/11/19.

 

The Clinic is supported by The City of Richmond Rent Program. 510.234.RENT (7368)

 

Bay Legal Richmond housing rights clinic flyer (Eng/Esp)

Feb
25
Tue
2020
MORE
Domestic Violence Restraining Order Clinic (Pittsburg)
Feb 25 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Pittsburg Superior Court – Self Help Center

 


Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

[Please note that this clinic is NOT currently being held in Pittsburg. We have preserved this listing due to the number of external links pointing to it, but please see the information below for instructions on how to access BayLegal’s DVRO services remotely. We will update this message when in-person or hybrid in-person and remote services become available again].

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. Until we can resume in-person clinics, we are providing a remote DVRO brief services system to assist survivors with completing DVRO requests. Our new remote system will be available by appointment only. Individuals seeking a restraining order should call the Legal Advice Line, select their language from the opening menu (1 for English, 2 for Spanish, 3 for Mandarin, etc.). The next menu will ask the caller to select the option that best describes their legal issue. The caller should then press 5 to be transferred to a Legal Advice Line attorney who can screen them for eligibility, provide advice and set up the appointment for our DVRO brief services.

As a reminder, the Legal Advice Line hours of operation are Mondays and Thursdays, 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM, and Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM. We ask that callers leave a message if the line does not immediately answer and a Legal Advice Line attorney will return their call.