The Chicago Bar Association, the Chicago Public Library and the Evanston Public Library are offering a free, legal information series to answer your legal questions and provide practical resources and insights into today’s most prevalent legal issues. Each Law at the Library program features a presentation by an experienced attorney, followed by a brief question and answer session. All events are free, open to the public and conducted via Zoom. Registration is required.
To learn more and to register, go to the Law at the Library page here.
Safer Foundation, in partnership with the Women’s Justice Institute (WJI), is conducting a series of webinars to help people who are incarcerated and people with arrest and conviction records know their rights, know their remedies and also help connect them to legal and reentry resources.
For more information about specific webinars, check the Know Your Rights page at the Safer Foundation here.
If you're a low income resident of Lake County, you might qualify for free housing & immigration legal aid services from North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic. They also offer domestic violence assistance to everyone regardless of income level. To contact them, visit their website at nslegalaid.org or call (847) 737-4042.
Prairie State Legal Services offers free legal services for low-income persons and those age 60 and over who have serious civil legal problems and need legal help to solve them. There are 11 office locations serving 36 counties in northern Illinois. Visit them online at pslegal.org or call their Waukegan office at (800) 942-3940.