Legal Support

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ASUO Legal Services
EMU Room 334 | Phone: 541-346-4273
ASUO Legal  Services provides legal services and awareness of the law to UO students.  Students can obtain free legal advice on issues such as landlord disputes, family law issues, criminal and non-criminal offenses, record expungement, etc.

Lane County Legal Aid & Advocacy Center 
Location: 376 East 11th Avenue | Apply for aid in person: 1 – 3 pm on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The Lane Country Legal Aid and Advocacy Center provides civil legal assistance to persons in economic and social need in Lane County, Oregon. This includes people in poverty, many recipients of public benefits, and many persons who experience disabilities, as well as people 60 and over. People who need help with civil legal matters can visit or call our office in Eugene to apply.

Oregon Law Center 
Free legal information for low-income Oregonians

Survivors Justice Center
376 East 11th Avenue | Phone (Local): 541-485-1017 | Toll-Free: 800-575-9283
Free legal and advocacy services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.  Housed at Lane County Legal Aid.  Provides assistance with keeping restraining orders in place, family law issues, and other civil legal matters.  Additional community advocacy services also available.

Student Survivor Legal Services
Phone: 541-346-4666 | Appointments can be scheduled online
A free, confidential resource for students in higher education in Lane County who have been victims of sexual assault, dating or domestic violence, or stalking. Services include civil protective orders, student conduct code consultations, criminal justice advocacy, and housing and employment resources.

UO DREAMers Working Group Legal Resources List
A collection of additional campus, county, state, and federal legal resources for DREAMer students.

Page last updated 9/4/18