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Partners in Justice

Law firms have been our trusted partners since our organization’s launch, taking pro bono cases and sponsoring events. There would be no Community Legal Center without the help of the private bar, as their help has enabled us to answer over 90,000 calls for help since our founding in 1994.

Our mission is to provide civil legal services to those with limited means and those who are at risk.

As exemplars of firms that are committed to supporting and sustaining the needed, affordable access to justice that the CLC provides our community, our Partners In Justice are our strongest, most generous supporters within the private bar.

Below are our wonderful Partners In Justice for 2023-2024



If you would like to discuss the benefits of your law firm becoming a Partner In Justice, please reach out to the CLC’s Director of Development and Communications, Austin Brown, for more information.

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Our Programs

Community Legal Center is a non-profit organization providing legal services to those with limited means.
Assist parents with minor children in obtaining visitation rights and uncontested divorces as self-represented litigants.
This program provides access to civil legal counsel for Shelby County residents.
Victims can suffer from physical, financial, and emotional abuse or be victims of neglect, including self-neglect. The Plough Foundation has generously funded CREA as a response to the growing elder abuse problem.
The IJP offers a variety of legal services to immigrants who live within the jurisdiction of the Memphis Immigration Court.