Family Law - Pro Se Assistance Project (PROSAP)

Pro Se Assistance Project (PROSAP).   Volunteer family law attorneys provide limited assistance to clients requiring discrete family law legal advice or document review.  Attorneys are scheduled to meet with three clients, each for a 45-minute appointment.  Clinics are held from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Legal Aid.  Attorneys respond to discrete family law questions and/or review documents prepared by unrepresented litigants.  Attorneys are NOT expected to provide ongoing representation to clients and clients sign a retainer agreement detailing the limited scope of the attorney-client relationship.  Volunteer attorneys must have family law experience to volunteer for this project. For more information contact Danielle Ramos at (503) 224-4086 or e-mail Click here for project flyer.

PROSAP Facilitation Clinic.  Attorneys with little (or no) family law experience can volunteer and help clients complete their pro se court documents.  Once the paperwork is completed, clients may attend the PROSAP clinic to meet with an experienced family law attorney.  Facilitation clinics take place on Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 2 – 4:00 p.m. at Legal Aid. For more information contact Danielle Ramos at (503) 224-4086 or e-mail  Click here for project flyer.








Statewide Volunteer Opportunities:

ProBonoOregon Listserv:  If you don't see a case or a project that interests you on ProBonoOregon web pages, legal services offices around the state also post pro bono cases to the ProBonoOregon listserv each week. An attorney who is interested in accepting a pro bono opportunity contacts the listing office for full case information. This project allows pro bono attorneys to take a pro bono case when it fits best with their schedule.  You must sign-up for the Oregon Advocates website to join the listserv.  If not a member, click here.  Once signed up as a member, suscribe as a listserv user here

ProBonoOregon - A new way to volunteer! ProBonoOregon displays pro bono opportunities referred by legal aid on one easy-to-use web site. No passwords or pre-registration are required to use the site! Just click on the “Interested” link on any case or project described on the site, and legal aid will respond within two business days. ProBonoOregon allows volunteer attorneys to search, share and offer to help with available pro bono cases and projects from around the state. Cases and projects also can be searched based on geography, subject matter or other key factors. Click here to become part of making access to justice a reality for low-income Oregonians!

Statewide Tax ClinicThe Statewide Low Income Taxpayer Clinic provides advice and representation to low income clients who have a tax controversy with the IRS and related cases with the Oregon Department of Revenue.  Cases cover a range of state and federal personal income tax issues. Volunteer opportunities are also available for recent graduates and new members of the Bar. For more information, contact Guillermo Ramos at