We are Tennessee`s largest nonprofit law firm that takes a holistic approach to providing high-quality, free civil services and community building to people to protect their livelihoods, health, and families. At Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS), our team of 69 lawyers and 17 paralegals provides free civil (non-criminal) legal assistance to low-income individuals and families in boston and the surrounding area. Greater Boston Legal Services does not discriminate against individuals who use services on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, sex, age, religion, nation of origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, marital status, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. Legal aid remains open to our clients at this critical time: our entire team of forty-eight offices is working remotely, moving upcoming events such as legal clinics to a digital space to keep our community safe. Although our physical offices are closed and admitted face-to-face, we remain very open and . We help with certain types of legal problems (civil cases). You can find out what kind of cases we are dealing with here. Each week, Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS) provides free legal assistance and representation in civil (non-criminal) cases to hundreds of the most needy residents of Boston City and 31 surrounding towns and villages. There are other ways to get free legal aid. Talk to a lawyer at one of our legal aid clinics.
Or visit our self-help page. We have 8 offices serving 48 counties. See which office is near you. *To ensure the safety of our visitors, clients and employees, the legal aid society`s physical offices are closed and staff are working remotely. Please call and speak to a staff member before visiting any of our offices. Click here for a link to our locations and phone numbers. Read their stories and how GBLS is making a difference. Published in the Murfreesboro Post on September 19, 2019 | Bill Bush It`s been nearly 100 years since women in the United States first gained the right to vote — an important milestone celebrated each year with Women`s Equality Day on August 26. Even today, the struggle for fullness. Every week there are hundreds of people we can`t help due to lack of resources.
Learn more about us Help us serve you: Take the survey If they don`t have another place to turn to, low-income families and individuals, seniors and people with disabilities turn to GBLS for help with life`s most basic needs. Do you want to help low-income families who can`t afford a lawyer? Learn more about training and how you can help.