The Fair brings together legal aid organizations, government agencies, social services and community-based groups to provide free services, information and classes for the public. All workshops, classes and services are free and open to the public.
Pre-registration for classes will end at 11:59 p.m. the day before the class. You are welcome to come to the library without a registration on the day of any program, but we may not be able to seat you!
Free 20 minute consultations with volunteer attorneys featuring the Beverly Hills Bar Association Barristers. No reservations or appointments necessary.
Free legal assistance with citizenship application (N-400) preparation. Call 888-839-8682 to register.
Este taller ofrece información general sobre los procedimientos de deportación y la corte de inmigración.
Learn about low-income housing assistance programs and services available to tenants with Section 8 vouchers.
Express your creativity by joining the artisans of Piece by Piece in creating a unique mosaic using recycled materials!
Learn how to find and apply for affordable housing created by Low Income Housing Tax Credits and what rights and protections apply.
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer advocate to help improve the lives of children in foster care and reduce and reverse the effects of child abuse and neglect?
Learn about child custody and visitation in family law cases, including what the courts look at when considering custody and visitation.
Learn how the law protects tenants with disabilities from discrimination, gives them rights to reasonable accommodations and ensures equal access to stable housing.
Learn how to hire a limited services lawyer to provide legal assistance to help you represent yourself.
Learn what an appeal is and the steps to take to appeal a trial court decision.
Learn about the rights and responsibilities victims and dog owners have under California law in a dog bite situation.
What if you are questioned by immigration enforcement agencies? Learn how foreign nationals and their families can prepare.
Understand job application protections in California and learn how to resolve traffic and parking tickets and other obstacles.
Learn the rules and requirements and get tips on how to draft the most effective appellate briefs for California state courts.
Tenants, landlords and advocates learn how the law prohibits denying housing to a person because of membership in a protected class.
This class is designed to make communicating and working with a lawyer easier, less expensive and more effective.
Overview of the rights and responsibilities of US taxpayers when it comes to dealing with the IRS.
An overview of the tenant eviction process, including termination notices and the laws and collection procedures.
Learn which agencies must comply with California’s “sunshine law” and what they must do to allow public participation.
The process for challenging decisions made by state and local agencies is different from other kinds of lawsuits. Learn how it works.
Learn how voluntary mediation can be used to resolve landlord-tenant disputes and prevent an eviction case from going to trial.
Learn how to find free legal help through a legal clinic or a lawyer who has the right expertise and fits your budget.