TENANTS: There's no state or federal eviction moratorium in place, meaning you'll face immediate eviction if you don’t take action after receiving an eviction notice. If you've received an eviction notice or order, please visit the Civil Law Self-Help Center ASAP at the Regional Justice Center at 200 Lewis Ave downtown. Other tenants with questions can connect with a legal advocate at 702-386-1070 or info@lacsn.org. For more info and our COVID-19 Legal & Financial Toolkit, click here.

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Legal Aid Center attorneys provide counsel, advice and representation to abused and neglected children who have never before had representation. These attorneys serve as the child's voice before the court and community allowing the children to take an active role (and responsibility) in their own destiny. The Children's Attorneys Project was formed in 1999 from a task force of County Commissioners, Clark County District Court, Social Workers, Attorneys, Family Law Judges and State Children's Rights workers. The fundamental goal was to create a method for abused and neglected children, who are in foster care placement, institutions or wards of the state, to have a voice in court and speak out for their destiny.

On July 2, 2018, Legal Aid Center kicked off the #CAP100 Campaign.  #CAP100 encourages all local attorneys to volunteer as a pro bono attorney and represent a child in the foster care system.  Learn more about #CAP100 here.

If you want to volunteer to represent a child, our team will help you learn how.  Go to www.lacsnprobono.org/CAPmaterials.