Legal Resource Guide
Finding Legal Assistance in Knoxville
A Public Service of the Knoxville Bar Association
The Knoxville Bar Association is pleased to provide the following directory of Legal Service providers in our community. Learn about government agencies, nonprofits, pro bono organizations and others who help to ensure that all citizens have equal access to justice.
KNOXVILLE BAR ASSOCIATION RESOURCES
Lawyer Referral & Information Service
Public Resources at www.knoxbar.org
KNOX COUNTY GOVERNMENT RESOURCES
Knox Co. General Sessions Court Civil Division
Knox Co. General Sessions Court Criminal Division
Knox Co. Public Defender’s Community Law Office
Knox Co. District Attorney General’s Office
FREE OR REDUCED FEE SERVICES
Legal Aid of East Tennessee
Pro Bono Project
Family Justice Center
Tennessee Senior Law Alliance
University of Tennessee Legal Clinic / U.T. Pro Bono
Legal Aid of Middle Tennessee & the Cumberlands - Oak Ridge Office
Legal Assistance for the Elderly Program
Centro Hispano de East Tennessee
TN Free Legal Answers / Help4TN
Community Mediation Center
CASA of East Tennessee, Inc.
Disability Rights Tennessee, Inc.
Office of Immigrant Services
LEGAL RESEARCH OPTIONS
Knox County Governmental Library
Knox County Public Library
University of Tennessee Law Library
Other State and Federal Resources
Additional Online Resources
Disclaimer: The information contained in these articles on various subject areas of law is to aid your general understanding of these issues only. This information does not constitute legal advice and should not be depended upon for that purpose.
The Courts, sometimes referred to in these articles, may change procedures, available services, hours of operation, availability of classes, etc., at any time. Additionally, laws are constantly changing and may at any time render the information in these articles obsolete. These materials, prepared by members of the Knoxville Bar Association (KBA), have been issued to inform and provide general information, not to advise. If you have a specific legal problem, you should not try to apply or interpret the law without the aid of an attorney who knows the facts because the facts may change the application of the law. If you have a legal problem or question, please consult an attorney. If you need a lawyer, please contact the KBA Lawyer Referral & Information Service.
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