Disability Rights Oregon is a non-profit law firm providing protection and advocacy to individuals with disabilities, including assistance in the area of employment.
Directory of legal aid service providers in Oregon. Search alphabetically or by county.
You can contact the Oregon State Bar's Lawyer Referral Service for help in finding a lawyer in your area. Includes the "Modest Means" program.
The Public Benefits Hotline 1(800) 520-5292, provides legal advice and representation to low income people living in Oregon who are having problems with government benefits.
Use this map to find the local legal aid office near you.
Are you 60 or over and looking for legal assistance in the Portland area? A Senior Law Project volunteer attorney may be able to help.
NEW: What does expungement mean in Oregon and what happens after you get one? This explanation can help - click here.
Read about the proposed HUD rule that may apply to 'mixed status' families.
The Oregon Legislature has passed new laws to protect more renters from large rent increases and no-cause evictions. Read more about it here, or watch our new video here.
New Bankruptcy Class 2019 - view this helpful video if you are considering Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Are you a survivor of stalking, sexual assault or domestic violence? See these animated videos to learn about your workplace rights and the types of protective orders you can get in Oregon.
Curious about disparate impact and how it affects fair housing? For a quick introduction to Disparate Impact for tenants watch this video.
Are you having housing problems because of a Section 8 voucher? See the video resources in Section 8 Housing.
Homeless or Houseless in Oregon? This brochure can help you to know your rights.
Did you relocate to Oregon after a natural disaster? Information about FEMA and disaster aid can be found on https://www.disasterlegalaid.org.
Need Information about Service Animals in Oregon? See this resource.