Harvard Legal Aid Bureau

About Harvard Legal Aid Bureau

About this Organization:
The Bureau is an entirely student-run non-profit law firm currently composed of approximately 40 second and third year Harvard Law School students who provide free civil legal services to a diverse population of low-income clients in the Greater Boston area. The Bureau specializes in four major areas of practice: housing law, including evictions from public and private apartments; family law, including divorce, child custody, paternity, visitation, and support issues; government benefits law, including appeals of the denial or termination of welfare, food stamps, unemployment, or social security disability benefits; and fair wage law, including nonpayment or underpayment of wages. Because the Bureau is student-run, students with take the lead in exploring new potential practice areas. Bureau members are encouraged to try to improve the organization's work areas to better serve client needs.

Legal Services Provided
Employment Law
Family Law
Public Benefits
Workers' Compensation
Websites & Blogs
Harvard Legal Aid Bureau Website
Contact & Map
23 Everett Street
First Floor
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: 617-495-4408
Fax: 617-496-2687
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