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Helpful Links and Organizations
PA Law Help is a guide to legal information and free civil legal services for low-income persons and seniors in Pennsylvania. This site provides information on a variety of legal issues, as well as information on how to contact programs providing legal assistance in Pennsylvania. This includes basic eligibility and contact information for the programs providing free legal assistance in Pennsylvania.
MidPenn Legal Services is a non-profit, public-interest law firm dedicated to providing equal access to justice and high quality civil legal services to low-income residents and survivors of domestic violence in 18 counties in Central Pennsylvania. Individuals must meet certain requirements in order to receive services.
The Pennsylvania Child Support website is an easy way to access child support program information and case details.
PA Legal Ads is a website for locating legal ads and public notices which have been officially published in county legal journals throughout Pennsylvania. In addition, you can find information about the Conference of County Legal Journals – the statewide membership organization for legal journal publishers.
The Disciplinary Board’s goals are to protect the public, maintain the integrity of the legal profession, and to safeguard the reputation of Pennsylvania courts.
The PA Continuing Legal Education Board is responsible for the administration of the rules and regulations for the continuing of legal education.
The continuing legal education arm of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, PBI is a fully self-supporting nonprofit organization. PBI receives no portion of PBA or county dues and no government subsidies. Revenue from course tuition and the sale of our books and media is used to meet the costs of producing these services and the costs of operation, and is reinvested in planning and developing new programs, publications, and other services.
The Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) is a voluntary bar association of lawyers and law students in Pennsylvania. As of 2013, the Association had about 28,000 members and offers membership benefits including publications, practice support, networking, and continuing legal education.