Resources For Legal Service Providers

The Access to Justice Committee supports the participation of public interest advocates in the Civil Law Practice Area Library. The library is a collection of briefs, pleadings, forms, training outlines, and other practice materials submitted by Louisiana advocates from LSC-funded programs and other non-profit advocacy groups, as well as pro bono attorneys. The purpose of this online library is to help all advocates working in the public interest better meet their low-income clients' needs.

The library is password-protected. You must become a member of the Civil Law Practice Area to search the library, download resources, or share your own materials. The Access to Justice Committee encourages pro bono attorneys, legal services/other non-profit advocates, law students and professors involved in public interest advocacy, and other public interest advocates to join the Civil Law Practice Area.

COVID-19 Training for Civil Legal Aid and Volunteer Attorneys
The LSBA Access to Justice Program in partnership with Southeast Louisiana Legal Services, Acadiana Legal Service Corp., and Louisiana Appleseed release the first COVID-19 training series for civil legal aid and volunteer attorneys. This series focuses on housing law during and after the pandemic. The training manual includes videos and information on evictions involving private and subsidized tenants, hotel/motel occupants, and more. 
Louisiana State Bar Association
601 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70130
(800) 421-LSBA(5722) / (504) 566-1600