Guide to King County Legal Clinics and Hotlines

What is the King County Guide to Legal Clinics and Hotlines?

  • ATJI developed the guide to help low income people in the  Seattle University Youth Initiative neighborhood access legal services.
  • The guide contains information about advice legal clinics organized by populations they serve as well as different areas of law.
  • The guide is translated into Amharic, Somali, and Vietnamese.

How do I access the Guide?

  • To download a copy to print, click your preferred language below .
  • Please note that the file is formatted to print and fold into booklets for distribution, so the page order is not suited for viewing online.
  • Hard copies are available thanks to a generous donation by Foster Pepper PLLC. Please contact ATJI for information about obtaining a hard copy at atji@seattleu.edu.

Amharic Guide to King County Legal Clinics and Hotlines

English Guide to King County Legal Clinics and Hotlines

Somali Guide to King County Legal Clinics and Hotlines

Vietnamese Guide to King County Legal Clinics and Hotlines

The Access to Justice Institute is not a direct legal services provider. For help in finding a lawyer, visit washingtonlawhelp.org or call 2-1-1 if you reside in King County. If you are outside of King County, call Coordinated Legal Educational Advice Referral (CLEAR) at  1-888-201-1014.