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February 2015 Featured Volunteer Opportunities

The Family Law Mentor Program facilitates representation of low income clients with contested dissolutions of marriage and petitions to establish parenting plans in cases where children are at risk. Attorney-Mentee, Attorney-Mentor

Housing Justice Project clinics are located at the King County Courthouse in Seattle and the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent. Volunteers provide counsel and advice, negotiated settlements and limited representation for low income residential tenants facing eviction in King County. Attorney, Legal Assistant

The Self Help Plus Program assists pro se clients with non-contested marriage dissolutions, legal separations and petitions to establish parenting plans and child support in non-contested cases where paternity has been determined. Volunteers focus on assisting clients facing barriers to maneuvering through a complicated legal system. Attorney


The King County Bar Association offers additional volunteer opportunities for attorneys, paralegals, students and community members. See the Volunteer Application for details.


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Pro Bono Services Mission

The King County Bar Association Pro Bono Services promote social justice by establishing and managing volunteer-based, client-focused legal services programs and provides services on an equal and non-discriminatory basis for low income King County residents who would not otherwise receive legal assistance.

 In Washington State, 88% of low income households face a civil legal problem without an attorney every year. Pro Bono Services volunteers provide over $7.8 million in free legal services annually by assisting clients to keep their housing, obtain marriage dissolutions in abusive situations, seek third party custody of children, file for bankruptcy, vacate criminal records, and more.

You can support the King County Bar Association's work with pro bono clients.

Volunteer with a Pro Bono Services Program

Become a King County Bar Association Member

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