Now more than ever, Tennesseans need assistance with civil legal issues, and the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission is kicking off its annual Help4TNMonth celebration on March 24, 2023. The focus for this year is on helping Tennesseans get a clean slate and giving them a second chance with expungement and reentry services. There will also be general civil legal advice clinics throughout April.
Help4TNMonth is an annual public awareness celebration to highlight the need for free and reduced fee legal services in Tennessee and spotlight the organizations that provide these services throughout the year.
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Find Legal Information and Help
The ATJ Commission has compiled links and resources where Tennesseans can get legal help and legal information.
Want to Volunteer?
Attorneys have the opportunity to volunteer their time to assist disadvantaged Tennesseans.
Get involved during Help4TNMonth and any time by exploring the information here.
The primary goal of the public awareness campaign is to bring attention to the on-going need for free and low cost civil legal services in Tennessee and highlight the groups that provide these services to disadvantaged Tennesseans. This initiative is a joint effort by the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission, the Administrative Office of the Courts, Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services, and the Tennessee Bar Association.