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Lone Star Legal Aid

LSLA employs a team of 12 employees dedicated to the recruitment, training, appreciation, and retention of private attorneys to assist our eligible clients on a pro bono basis. LSLA’s Pro Bono Team includes a directing attorney who has been with the firm for 25 years, 3 attorneys who serve as pro bono litigation coordinators, 3 staff attorneys, and 4 support personnel. The attorneys collectively have nearly 100 years of legal experience.

Mosaic Family Services

The goal of the Multicultural Legal Services Program is to provide legal services in the areas of immigration and family law to immigrant and refugee victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. We are the only agency in North Texas providing free, comprehensive legal representation in both family law and immigration.

Refugee And Immigrant Center For Education And Legal Services (RAICES) - Corpus Christi

RAICES has opportunites for interested attorneys to be matched with clients in need of representation in their immigration matters, providing sample filings and mentorship throughout all cases. We also have opportunities to get involved in advocacy issues surrounding immigration reform and detention policies.

Tahirih Justice Center

At Tahirih we have a staff person solely dedicated to the pro bono network and case placement. In addition, we provide the necessary training in immigration law and partner you with a Tahirih staff attorney to co-counsel the case and to support your representation. There are generally five types of cases that we place with pro bono attorneys: asylum, VAWA, SIJS, U visas, and T visas. Each case type provides different opportunities and requires different time commitments.

Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services

Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services (TVAS) is a community service committee under the Tarrant County Bar Foundation. TVAS' objectives are: to serve the Tarrant County community by connecting Tarrant County attorneys with those who could not otherwise afford representation; to encourage participation from our legal community in pro bono legal services; and to create a program that recognizes individual attorneys, law firms, and corporations in Tarrant County for their commitment to pro bono legal represetation.