Provides legal assistance for civil rights and civil liberties cases. Follow the link to their online legal intake form and for more information about the cases the ACLU accepts.
The Consumer Protection & Antitrust Bureau acts to protect consumers from unfair or deceptive trade practices in New Hampshire. Contact the Consumer Protection Hotline at 1-888-468-4454 or (603) 271-3641.
Provides information, referral, advice, legal representation, and advocacy to individuals with disabilities, on disability-related issues including special education, access and accommodation, employment and housing discrimination, voting, home and community-based services, and Medicaid. Call: 603-228-0432.
The Domestic Violence Emergency (DOVE) Project provides victims of domestic violence with emergency legal services. DOVE is operated in partnership with domestic violence services agencies throughout New Hampshire and relies on the donated services of specially trained attorneys.
Call DOVE: 1-866-644-3574 for free legal help in court to get a court order to protect you from an abuser.
Or, complete an online application for legal services from 603 Legal Aid, or call 603 Legal Aid at 800-639-5290.
Volunteer lawyers provide free legal information over the phone to the public at all income levels. Attorneys and callers are anonymous; calls are intended to address general, limited-scope legal questions. Runs the second Wednesday of each month between 6 and 8 PM only. Call toll-free: 800-868-1212.
Connects qualified lower/middle income individuals who are not eligible for free civil legal services with attorneys providing legal services at reduced rates. Call 603-715-3290.
A confidential virtual legal advice clinic offered in conjunction with the ABA. Qualifying users post civil legal questions to the website. Users will be e-mailed when their question receives a response. Apply at the website.
New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA) is a nonprofit law firm working to make justice a reality for and with people who experience economic hardship that threatens their basic human needs. Through representation and systemic advocacy, NHLA offers civil legal aid that addresses the effects and root causes of poverty. To apply for civil legal aid, connect with 603 Legal Aid online or by phone: 1 (800) 639-5290.