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 consultations with volunteer attorneys. No reservations or appointments necessary. Arrive early, because registration closes when program is full.
Este taller ofrece información general sobre los procedimientos de deportación y la corte de inmigración.
Get help filling out and submitting your citizenship application! Register through the Citizenship Hotline: 213-814-5248 Appointment is required
Learn about low-income housing assistance programs and services available to tenants with Section 8 vouchers.
The process for challenging decisions made by state and local agencies is different from other kinds of lawsuits. Learn how it works.
Learn about Small Claims lawsuits, including filing, service, forms, procedures, and how to collect money you win.
Learn about the rights of students with disabilities under laws like the ADA, Section 504, and IDEA.
Attorneys interested in volunteering, learn to prepare Advance Health Care Directives, powers of attorney and instructions for healthcare decisions.
Express your creativity by joining the artisans of Piece by Piece in creating a unique mosaic using recycled materials!
Learn about child custody and visitation in family law cases, including what the courts look at when considering custody and visitation.
Learn how tenants with mental health (and other) disabilities can request and negotiate reasonable housing accommodations.
Legal volunteers help you complete the court forms to get an advance health care directive, a legal document to direct your future care.
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 the steps to understand the SSI/SSDI application process as an individual with a mental health disability.
What if you are questioned by immigration enforcement agencies? Learn how foreign nationals and their families can prepare.
Learn the rules and requirements and get tips on how to draft the most effective appellate briefs for California state courts.
Learn the process for seeking unpaid wages, who is covered, plus other requirements like breaks and sick pay.
This class is designed to make communicating and working with a lawyer easier, less expensive and more effective.
Tenants, landlords and advocates learn how the law prohibits denying housing to a person because of membership in a protected class.
Learn when probate is needed to distribute a deceased person’s assets and how to fill out the petition form in probate court.
Learn the proper legal grounds for eviction, how eviction lawsuits work, plus the law of emotional support animals in rentals.
Explore the stages of a civil lawsuit: how it begins, how it can end, and everything in between.