Legal Clinic Calendar

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health guidance, Bay Area Legal Aid is canceling all “in-person” clinics until  further notice. 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.
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Apr
3
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (San Jose)
Apr 3 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Santa Clara County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Santa Clara County Reentry unit are held from 9:30-11:30am every Wednesdayat the Reentry Center, 151 W. Mission St., San Jose.

Apr
4
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (Oakland)
Apr 4 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. 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.
For further information and to connect with help, please download our Alameda County Reentry flyer.

Alameda County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Alameda County Reentry unit are held from 1-4pm every Thursday at our Alameda Countyoffice, 1735 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland.

Download the Alameda Bilingual Reentry Flyer.

Apr
10
Wed
2019
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (San Jose)
Apr 10 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Santa Clara County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Santa Clara County Reentry unit are held from 9:30-11:30am every Wednesdayat the Reentry Center, 151 W. Mission St., San Jose.

Apr
11
Thu
2019
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (Oakland)
Apr 11 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. 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.
For further information and to connect with help, please download our Alameda County Reentry flyer.

Alameda County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Alameda County Reentry unit are held from 1-4pm every Thursday at our Alameda Countyoffice, 1735 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland.

Download the Alameda Bilingual Reentry Flyer.

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Free Clinic to Seal Juvenile Records
Apr 11 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Free Clinic to Seal Juvenile Records @ Opportunity Junction | Antioch | California | United States

When you seal your juvenile records relating to an arrest or court case, the court deems the arrest or court case “never to have occurred.” This means that when you apply to most jobs or colleges, you may be able to say that you were never arrested and that you have no criminal history.

IF YOU:

  • were arrested before you turned 18,
  • are now 18 to 24 years old,
  • are off probation or parole, and
  • have not been convicted of a felony AFTER you turned 18

 

Then you might be able to seal your juvenile records. To find out if you are eligible and to schedule a free appointment at one of our clinics, call (510) 250-5281 TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT or please email Michael Santos at msantos@baylegal.org.

This clinic is a collaboration of Bay Area Legal Aid and the Contra Costa Public Defenders Office.

Apr
17
Wed
2019
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (San Jose)
Apr 17 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Santa Clara County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Santa Clara County Reentry unit are held from 9:30-11:30am every Wednesdayat the Reentry Center, 151 W. Mission St., San Jose.

Apr
18
Thu
2019
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (Oakland)
Apr 18 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. 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.
For further information and to connect with help, please download our Alameda County Reentry flyer.

Alameda County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Alameda County Reentry unit are held from 1-4pm every Thursday at our Alameda Countyoffice, 1735 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland.

Download the Alameda Bilingual Reentry Flyer.

Apr
24
Wed
2019
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (San Jose)
Apr 24 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Santa Clara County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Santa Clara County Reentry unit are held from 9:30-11:30am every Wednesdayat the Reentry Center, 151 W. Mission St., San Jose.

Apr
25
Thu
2019
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Reentry Legal Services Drop-In Clinic (Oakland)
Apr 25 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Important Notice Concerning Clinic Availability and Public Health:

In accord with COVID-19 public health advisories, all Bay Area Legal Aid services will continue to be provided virtually. 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.
For further information and to connect with help, please download our Alameda County Reentry flyer.

Alameda County residents with an arrest or conviction history: get help with housing issues, public benefits, suspended licenses and other ID issues, criminal record issues, employment issues, consumer issues, and identity theft.

Drop-in hours for our Alameda County Reentry unit are held from 1-4pm every Thursday at our Alameda Countyoffice, 1735 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland.

Download the Alameda Bilingual Reentry Flyer.

Apr
26
Fri
2019
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Tenants’ Rights Presentation
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

An attorney from Bay Area Legal Aid will present legal information to tenants, advocates, and community members who want to learn more about tenant rights. Topics will include:

  • Rights and responsibilities of tenants
  • Eviction procedures and rights
  • Housing discrimination on the basis of race, national origin, religion, disability, gender, and other fair housing protected classes
  • Unsafe and/or unhealthy housing conditions

 

Please RSVP to Allyson Nakayama at 510.981.5290 x7606
by Wednesday, April 24, 2019

BMH Housing Presentation Flyer FINAL 19.04.26