Greeley Legal Night is a free legal clinic where volunteer attorneys provide legal and referral information to people in Weld County, where legal resources are scarce and the need for such resources is great. Areas of law addressed typically include:
- Consumer and bankruptcy
Greeley Legal Night is a wonderful opportunity to assist those in need while also broadening your own knowledge by working with experienced and committed lawyers. Since 2010, over 2,200 people in Weld County have been served by legal volunteers from the greater-Denver and Weld County legal communities. The success of the program depends on volunteers like you!
Greeley Legal Night is co-sponsored by the Colorado Lawyers Committee and the Spanish Speaking Lawyers Association of the Colorado Bar Association with assistance from Weld County Legal Services.
What Volunteers Do
Volunteers help determine significant legal issues, refer individuals to legal services, and answer other questions about the legal process. Volunteers do not provide legal advice or representation. You do not need expertise in a particular area of law in order to participate. Download a flyer for volunteers.
Who We Serve
Individuals are served on a first-come, first-serve basis. Most participants arrive with very specific questions and legal issues. Some speak English, but many do not. Interpreters are provided whenever possible. You’ll be surprised how much assistance you can provide to someone who is confused or unfamiliar with the U.S. legal system. Download a flyer for participants.
Greeley Legal Night is held four times per year at:
Our Lady of Peace Church
1311 3rd Street
Greeley, CO 80631
2016 Dates: March 22, May 24, July 26, September 27
How to Volunteer
If you’re interested in volunteering, please submit the form below.