The purpose of the PBLC is to provide young lawyers with the support and training necessary to develop a strong habit of pro bono service in practice.
Participant benefits include intensive training in various legal issues common to pro bono practice, ongoing mentorship and support from a Montgomery County Bar Foundation Board Member, and a $2,000.00 stipend in recognition of outstanding commitment to service.
Apply for Help
MVLP services are available to low-income residents of Montgomery County with civil legal issues. No legal service is available for individuals facing criminal charges.
To learn more about how to apply, click here.
Our attorneys give of their time and legal expertise – without cost to eligible Montgomery County residents – through volunteering at monthly clinics and help desks and accepting referral of clients for extended representation.
To learn more about our free advice sessions, click here.
The Montgomery VLP offers more than 25 services to low-income households. We have more than 400 members of the Montgomery County Bar who donate their time to assist the clients of MVLP.
To learn more about the services we provide, click here.
The Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program is supported by:
Alabama Civil Justice Foundation Alabama Law Foundation City of Montgomery Legal Services Alabama Montgomery County Bar Association Montgomery County Bar Foundation The Generosity of the Legal Community
No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.