How We Help
Legal Aid of Nebraska provides both electronic tools as well as in-person clinics for certain types of legal issues where Nebraskans may be empowered to help themselves solve their own legal issues with limited assistance or no assistance from our attorneys.
A2J Walk-In Centers
Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island, and Scottsbluff offices of Legal Aid operate Access to Justice (A2J) Self-Help Walk-In Centers several days a week. Through the A2J Self-Help Centers, Legal Aid helps low-income Nebraskans help themselves to gain justice.
Legal Aid seeks to empower individuals to take action on their own behalf and increase the likelihood of achieving a positive legal outcome by providing the knowledge and resources to help people understand and navigate the civil legal system.
Pre-registration is not required, but a brief application form will need to be filled out when you arrive. All of our self-help centers are first-come, first-serve.
Monday through Wednesday, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM CDT
Monday and Wednesday, 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM CDT
Tuesday from Noon – 3 p.m. CDT
Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. MT
Other Ways We Help
Learn more about our priority areas, programs and projects, or self-help resources by clicking on one of the boxes below.
Referral services to private attorneys are available. Private attorneys may charge for their services.
The Nebraska Find a Lawyer Referral Service is provided by the NSBA for individuals who need a lawyer licensed to practice in the State of Nebraska and are not familiar with the legal community.
Legal Aid of Nebraska is committed to expanding its community presence across Nebraska. You can find us at community events, presentations, conferences, clinics, and much more. Check out our events calendar to find when we’ll be in your area.
If you’d like to request a representative of Legal Aid at your next event, please fill out the outreach request form.