University of Maine School of Law Foundation, Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic

Program of the University of Maine School of Law, is a small legal services provider, in which clients are represented by “Student Attorneys,” law students specially licensed by the state and federal courts to provide legal services to low-income clients.
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Primary geographic focus: Maine
Organization type(s): Provider

The Clinic represents low-income individuals with legal cases in Southern Maine courts (Cumberland, York, Sagadahoc, and Androscoggin counties) for most kinds of civil, criminal, juvenile, and family law matters. The Clinic represents clients at both the trial and appellate levels. The Clinic asks clients to pay a $10 administrative fee. In some cases, clients may be asked to pay court and other significant costs. The Clinic does not otherwise charge for its services.

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