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Disability Law & Advocacy Center of Tennessee (DLAC) advocates for the rights of Tennesseans with disabilities to ensure that they have an equal opportunity to be productive and respected members of our society. Please explore DLAC's website for further information about how they may be able to help you, a friend or a family member. There website provides information about the services DLAC provides and also gives information about other resources that may be valuable in your quest for information.
The Tennessee Justice Center is a non-profit, public interest law and advocacy firm serving families in need. TJC gives priority to policy issues and civil cases in which the most basic necessities of life are at stake, and where their advocacy can benefit families statewide. TJC works to empower their clients by holding government accountable for its policies and actions.
Southeast Tennessee Legal Services (STLS) is a Project of Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, Inc. STLS is a public interest law firm seeking justice and opportunity for Tennesseans. STLS operates as a nonprofit legal organization receiving private contributions as well as federal and  state funds. STLS gives advice and also may file lawsuits in state and federal courts. Their programs are for the victims of domestic violence and some consumer cases.
The Community Legal Center offers thousands of lower income individuals and families in the Memphis area an affordable way to get legal assistance.  With over 100 volunteer lawyers and mediators, CLC offers people of limited means in Memphis and Shelby County access to legal services for as little as $5, $10, or $15.
Southern Migrant Legal Services is federally-funded and handles the legal needs of migrant and seasonal workers statewide:
A number of agencies in Tennessee provide legal help for low-income persons. The first step to finding help is to call the legal aid program in your area. The legal aid programs have lawyers who work with citizens. Mostly, legal aid helps people who have low income. Legal aid will sometimes help people who are not low-income, but are abused or over age 60.
The Tennessee Bar Foundation is an organization of attorneys from across the state, active since 1982. The Foundation has a three-fold purpose. First, the purpose is to honor attorneys who have distinguished themselves in the profession by electing them to membership as "Fellows;" second, to use the contributions of these Fellows to support selected, law-related public interest projects; and, lastly, to administer Tennessee's IOLTA (Interest On Lawyers' Trust Accounts) program.